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  • 14/10/2011
    Edward Said: Orientalism
    1
    Edward Said: Introduction to Orientalism
    By: Italiya.Kinjal.
    Sem:III
    Roll NO: 09
    E-E-305-C: Post-Colonial Literature.
  • 14/10/2011
    Edward Said: Orientalism
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    Intro:
    • "A Western style for dominating, restructuring, and having authority over the Orient." (p. 3)
    • "a style of thought based upon an ontological and epistemological distinction made between the Orient' and (most of the time) 'the Occident'." (p. 2)
    3
    14/10/2011
    Edward Said: Orientalism
  • 14/10/2011
    Edward Said: Orientalism
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    • The book is divided into three chapters:
    • The Scope of Orientalism
    • Orientalist Structures and Restructures
    • Orientalism Now
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    Edward Said: Orientalism
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    "The four elements I have described - expansion, historical confrontation, sympathy, classification - are the currents in eighteenth-century thought on whose presence the specific intellectual and institutional structures of modern Orientalism depend” (120).
  • 14/10/2011
    Edward Said: Orientalism
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    "How does one represent other cultures? What is another culture? Is the notion of a distinct culture (or race, or religion, or civilization) a useful one, or does it always get involved either in self-congratulation (when one discusses one's own) or hostility and aggression (when one discusses the 'other')?" (325).
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    Edward Said: Orientalism
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    Thankyou