This review considers the subversion of the racial hierarchy in 1920s colonial Saigon in Marguerite Duras’ The Lover as well as the novel’s portrayal of gender dynamics in colonial Indo-China.
In this article, Anuraag talks about the possible impacts of the GSP withdrawal on India.
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