V.S.Naipaul : The Epitome of Post Colonial Theory
The Postcolonial writers are deemed to pose direct challenges to the colonial centre from the colonized margins, to voice their colonial experiences. One can see the paradox here the colonized writing back to the colonizer. As John Mcleod observes, “Post colonial literature were actively engaged in the act of decolonizing the mind”. The postcolonial writers have looked at the fortunes of the English language in their countries with a history of colonialism, have expressed their own sense of identity by refashioning English in order to enable it to accommodate their experiences, English is being displaced by different linguistic communities in the post colonial world.
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