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Title: Nativist debate within subaltern studies locating Partha Chatterjee's nationalist thought and colonial world: a derivative discourse?
Authors: Jayaram, Rahul
JSLH
Jindal School of Liberal Arts
Keywords: Partha Chatterjee
subaltern studies
Post Colonial English Literature India
Indian English Literature
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2015
Publisher: Prestige Books
Citation: Jayaram, Rahul (2015). Nativist debate within subaltern studies locating Partha Chatterjee's nationalist thought and colonial world: a derivative discourse? In Batra, Jagdish (ed.). Postcolonial literature today. New Delhi: Prestige Books International. pp 286-347.
Abstract: The chapter narrates the nationalist thought of Partha Chatterjee. The nationalist school of Indian historiography predicates the Indian freedom movement upon the mobilizing activity and nationalist initiative of the educated bourgeoisie in late nineteenth and early twentieth century in India. This bourgeoisie comprises of individuals from rural and urban backgrounds unevenly.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/700
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