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Post-Colonialism and Intertextual Prominence

Global, twentieth and twenty-first-century authors rearrange the narratives and characterizations found in other tales. Authors such as William Shakespeare, Joseph Conrad, Charlotte Bronte, and Jane Austen, the list remains indefinite of who will likely always occupy a space on the bookshelf full of classical, or to avoid hierarchical connotations, we'll call them older literature. There is a difference between respecting quality writing and noticing how their works marginalize non-European, diverse identities from their stable protagonists who get the chance to overcome oppositions and retain their selfhood.

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