Alyson R. Buckman (essay date Summer 1995)
SOURCE: "The Body as a Site of Colonization: Alice Walker's Possessing the Secret of Joy," in Journal of American Culture, Vol. 18, No. 2, Summer, 1995, pp. 89-94.
[In the following essay, Buckman analyzes how the body can become a site of colonization, and the different methods of resistance as shown in Walker's Possessing the Secret of Joy.]
Imperialism is an economic, political, institutional, and cultural phenomenon that has been practiced by power elites in relation to the masses of the...
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