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  • 1.  Topic:An Introduction of Orientalism.  Paper-11-The Postcolonial Literature.  Bhumi Vajani  M.A-2 Sem-3  Roll No:04  Year:2013  Submitted To: Dr.Dilip Barad.  Heenaba Zala.  Dept of English,  Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University
  • 2. “Orientalism is a style of thought based upon ontological and epistemological distinction made between “the orient”& “the occident”.”
  • 3. “My contention is that orientalism is fundamentally a political doctrine willed over the orient, because the orient elided the orients difference with it’s weakness…..As a cultural apparatus oriental will to truth, and knowledge.”
  • 4. The West Europe The East Asia
  • 5. Philological Historical Aesthetic Sociological Economic Scholarly
  • 6. European material Middle East False assumption of west Orientalism Civilization Culture
  • 7. Cultural & Ideological Discourse Occident Supporting institution Vocabulary Scholarship Imagery Doctrines Colonial bureaucracies Colonial styles Power domination hegemony Orient
  • 8. Europeans & Americans Asians & Arabians “According to Said the culture and the history must be studied for knowing and evaluating the literature of any country .”