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‘Whiny Assholes’ or Creative Hustlers?: On Brownness, Diaspora Fiction, and Western Publication

Namrata Poddar
Transition
No. 119, Afro-Asian Worlds (2016), pp. 92-106
DOI: 10.2979/transition.119.1.11
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/transition.119.1.11
Page Count: 15
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‘Whiny Assholes’ or Creative Hustlers?: On Brownness, Diaspora Fiction, and Western Publication
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Abstract

Namrata Poddar interrogates what is deemed “authentic” by writers, publishers, and critics of South Asian fiction, alongside issues of inclusivity, diversity, and essentialism.

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