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IN FORMER COLONIES TO CREATE UNIUE 
former colonies to create uniue cultures are often thwarted BY A CONTEXT OF GLOBAL MODERNITY a context of lobal modernity discourages particularity and uniueness In describing unstable social and political cultures such third world intellectuals often find themselves torn between the competing literary reuirements of the local culture of the cultures such third world intellectuals often find themselves torn between the competing literary reuirements of the local culture of the and the cosmopolitan world culture introduc. Zones of Instability Literature Postcolonialism and the Nation

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Wole Soyinka CLR James Frantz Fanon and VS Naipaul Szeman focuses on literature created in the two decades after World War II decades in which the future prospects for many colonies went from extreme political optimism to extreme political disappointment He finds that the nation prospects for many colonies went from extreme political optimism to extreme political disappointment He finds that the nation be Read As That Space as that space which literature is thought to be able to Conjoin Two Things That History Has Separated The Writer And two things that history has separated the writer and peop. ,

Ed by Western civilizationIn Zones of Instability Imre Szeman examines the complex relationship between literature and politics by exploring the production of nationalist literature in the former British empire Taking as his case studies the regions of the British and Canada Szeman analyzes the Taking as his case the regions of the British Caribbean Nigeria and Canada analyzes the of authors for whom the idea of thenation and literature are inexorably entwined such as Chinua Achebe.