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Rhetoric against Age of Consent-Resisting Colonial Reason and Death of a Child-Wife

Rhetoric against Age of Consent Resisting Colonial Reason and Death of a Child-Wife Tanika Sarkar The historian cannot afford to view the colonial past as an unproblematic retrospect where all power was on one side and all protest on the other. Partisanship has to take into account a multi-faceted nationalism, alt aspects of which were complicit with power and domination even when they critiqued western knowledge and challenged colonial power This article contends that colonial structures of power compromised with

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