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" The settler makes history; his life is an epoch, an Odyssey. He is the absolute beginning: "This land was created by us"; he is the unceasing cause: "If we leave, all is lost, and the country will go back to the Middle Ages. "
Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867 - Page 14
de Catherine Hall - 2002 - 556 pages
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Nationalism in Asia and Africa

Elie Kedourie - 1974 - 592 pages
...land was created by us"; he is the unceasing cause: "If we leave, all is lost, and the country will go back to the Middle Ages." Over against him torpid...because he constantly refers to the history of his mother-country, he clearly indicates that he himself is the extension of that mother-country. Thus...
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Color, Class, and Politics in Jamaica, Volume 14

Aggrey Brown - 200 pages
...may well have been Martian.4s My own school experience in Jamaica confirms Fanon's assertion that: the settler makes history and is conscious of making...indicates that he himself is the extension of that mother-country. Thus the history which he writes is not the history of the country which he plunders....
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Color, Class, and Politics in Jamaica, Volume 14

Aggrey Brown - 200 pages
...may well have been Martian.48 My own school experience in Jamaica confirms Fanon's assertion that: the settler makes history and is conscious of making...indicates that he himself is the extension of that mother-country. Thus the history which he writes is not the history of the country which he plunders,...
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Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media

Ella Shohat, Robert Stam - 1994 - 438 pages
...the imperial vision, in which "the settler makes history; his life is an epoch, an Odyssey," while against him "torpid creatures, wasted by fevers, obsessed...background for the innovating dynamism of colonial mercantilism."5 A crucial innovation of The Battle of Algiers was to invert the Eurocentric focalizations...
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English and the Discourses of Colonialism

Alastair Pennycook - 1998 - 264 pages
...land was created by us'; he is the unceasing cause: 'If we leave, all is lost, and the country will go back to the Middle Ages.' Over against him torpid...the innovating dynamism of colonial mercantilism. . . . Thus the history which he writes is not the history of the country which he plunders but the...
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Nationalism and Cultural Practice in the Postcolonial World

Neil Lazarus - 1999 - 316 pages
...Jand was created by us"; he is the unceasing cause: "If we leave, all is lost, and the country will go back to the middle ages." Over against him torpid...the innovating dynamism of colonial mercantilism. (Wretched, p. 51) In addressing himself to "native" culture, therefore, Fanon is not addressing himself...
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Multiculturalism, Postcoloniality, and Transnational Media

Ella Shohat, Robert Stam - 2003 - 356 pages
...writes in Wretched of the Earth, "the settler makes history; his life is an epoch, an Odyssey," while against him "torpid creatures, wasted by fevers, obsessed...the innovating dynamism of colonial mercantilism" (Fanon, 1963, p. 51). Here Fanon anticipates Johannes Fabian's critique of classical anthropology's...
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