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Living in Subalterinity: The Voiceless Others in Nadine Gordimer's Selected Short Stories
International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences
This paper discusses some selected short stories of Nadine Gordimer in the light of the Postcolonial theory of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Gordimer was one of the leading figures in world literature against apartheid, and most of the events in her stories, take place in the context of the black community. As the most critical aspect of her short stories is the description of the lower classes of society in African communities, the postcolonial approach has been chosen to study her works. Spivakdoi:10.22161/ijels.66.4 fatcat:lmfhf7fqafgttjqrqvppv6lm4q