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Orientalism and After

Orientalism and After Nivedita Menon AIJAZ AHMED begins his critique of Edward Said [EPW, July 25] by recognising Said's 'beleaguered location in the midst of imperial America'. However, as he goes on to say, 'Suppression of criticism... is not the best way of expressing solidarity' [PE

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