Joan Riley


Race might seem like a strange concept with which to start a paper on literature. But it is also appropriate to the context in which many non- Indigenous people live and work and survive throughout Europe. In Britain as in the rest of Europe, the so-called race question goes deep into the fabric of society, not race in its biological and innocuous meaning, but as an emotive and infinitely manipulable form.



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