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This article traces the representation of love, gender and national identity in Shani Mootoo's creative work in general and her most recent novel Valmiki's Daughter (2008) in particular. In all her work, Mootoo describes the phenomenon of otherness as a part of the negotiating process of the protagonists' selves.Challenging xenophobia, homophobia and all forms of prejudices the author works with the concept of lesbian and bisexual love, cross-racial relationships in order to write identity anddoi:10.1344/co2012948-58 doaj:1f95a077731c439ca5807c3b94b2ddfe fatcat:3rksnfme4vehzflcvj5osqfmcm