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Language Communities or Cultural Empires? The Impact of European Languages in Former Colonial Territories

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  • Martinho, Ana Maria Mão-de-Ferro
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    In this text we will consider two main topics: 1- the notion of post-colonial utopia through social, political and literary events in Angola and Moçambique namely during the 60s and the 80s; 2- the ways in which Literature in these countries has shown to be consistent with such a reality in particular through a semiotics of cultural resistance.

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    Paper provided by Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley in its series Institute of European Studies, Working Paper Series with number qt7fs6w3gp.

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    Date of creation: 10 Feb 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:cdl:bineur:qt7fs6w3gp

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    Keywords: conferences; culture; IES; immigration; Institute of European studies; international; society; working paper;

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