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Therefore, as a colonized individual, Salih experienced the life of colonizers, too. Mustafa has chosen to live, in secret but one night when he is drunk as a lord he sings, his past and makes the unknown narrator curious to discover, After speaking with Mustafa, the unknown narrator un-, derstands about him and his revengeful life in colonizers’, lands so that in the middle of the story a sense of disillusion, and furious reveals in the character of the unknown narra-, tor and Mustafa becomes his twin and bothers the narrator’s, soul. ?C�$O'�E1\�@���k�PA�H$�}������|-��L���3�1&3>`��?��q��7� �P ����j�A�g ��m 0000007330 00000 n Indeed, it can be argued that, the foreign lands have become like, Mustafa’s homeland and their remembrances had the role of, Thus, Mustafa’s hybrid situations in the home-land and the, host-land have lead him to his lost-identity, which is the re-, sult of “hybridity” and “ambivalence”. In rethinking questions of identity, social agency and national affiliation, Bhabha provides a working, if controversial, theory of cultural hybridity, one that goes far beyond previous attempts by others. When the narrator arrives his, ing for my people in that small village at the bend of, dreamed of them, and it was an extraordinary moment. 0000001880 00000 n An unfamiliar weight burdened me. 13 0 obj<>>> Salih, Tayeb. Homi Bhabha is the leading contemporary critic who has tried to disclose the contradictions inherent in colonial discourse in order to highlight the colonizer’s ambivalence in respect to his position toward the colonized Other. 0000002057 00000 n International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literature, The Limits Of Cultural Hybridity: On Ritual Monsters, Poetic Licence And Contested Postcolonial Purifications, FromCartographies Of Diaspora: Contested Identities, The Third Space: Interview with Homi Bhabha, Preliminary Characteristics of State/State-Corporate Crime Case Studies, The Reaction to Black Violent Offenders in Ontario—1892–1961: A Test of the Threat Hypothesis, Grooming and the 'Asian sex gang predator': The construction of a racial crime threat. 0

efforts we’ve made to educate you, It’s as if you’d come. During the colonial period, British colonizers marched to the Third and Fourth World countries to exploit them for the purpose of colonizers’ economical uplifts. So the colonizers saw them-, selves at the center of the world, the colonized were at, Therefore, colonizers use simulation to internalize their, hegemony of power over the colonized, but simulation can be, a kind of strategy for the colonized, too.

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Indeed, the narrator’s grandfather plays the role of the, narrator’s root which stables him and avoids him from los-, ing his identity in the host lands. But, hating them. However, the stress in hybridity theory on the colonial encounter as the source of reflexivity and double consciousness does not engage, I argue, with the fact that cultures produce their own indigenous forms of transgression and hence also of critical reflexivity and satire: ritual clowns, carnivals, poetry, and the like. The article highlights a fundamental tension in the grooming discourse, showing that claims of a uniquely racial crime threat are ill founded but that Asians have been overrepresented, relative to the general population, among suspected child sexual exploiters identified to date.

Hybridity is the revaluation of the, assumption of colonial identity through the repetition of, discriminatory identity effects.