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Leicester University to 'decolonise' English

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I think you've made the point here John why many are uncomfortable about the decolonisation of literature. That post you've just made is politics from start to finish, as is decolonisation. I'd also a

But why is there a need for racial overtones? Chaucer is virtually the beginning of the English language as we now know it, surely any study of English literature begins with his works. The later dive

Many British colonies of the past embraced 'The Great Tradition' of English literature: the USA; Canada; Australia; New Zealand; India; colonial Africa; the Caribbean etc. Countries from South America

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