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Intersecting Imperialisms

The Rise and Fall of Empires in Richard Flanagan’s The Narrow Road to the Deep North

Ben Holgate

symbolizes Australia’s belated acknowledgement of the sufferings of the country’s POW  s in the Asia-Pacific and a national reconciliation with its troubled mid-twentieth-century history. The Japanese captured about 21,000 Australians, more than one-third of whom died in captivity. The death rate on the

In Quest of Ourselves

A Highly Important Matter

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar

Translator Evren Akaltun and Trevor Hope

those gathered in Yaşadığım Gibi (2000) and Mücevherlerin Sırrı (2002), a collection mainly of pieces of criticism originally published in newspaper form. In his early writings Tanpınar argued that Turkish modernity, following the Western example, necessitates a reconciliation with the past, a

Locating the World in Metaphysical Poetry

The Bardification of Hafiz

Fatima Burney

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