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By Paul Auster

From the writer of "The big apple Trilogy", "Moon Palace" and "The e-book of Illusions", comes a hugely own number of essays, prefaces and low items written for magazines and newspapers. Ranging in topic from Walter Raleigh to Kafka; Hawthorne to high-wire artist Philippe Petit; conceptual artist Sophie Calle to his personal typewriter; and the area alternate middle disaster to his loved manhattan urban itself, Auster monitors his prevalent aptitude, wit and perception.

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This is the position taken by Angel Rama in Transculturacion narrativa en America Latin (1982). In this book he adapts Cuban anthropologist Fernando Ortiz's conceptual­ ization of local Latin American culture as a 'transculturation' or turacion neocul­ of metropolitan models to the task of generalizing the literary phenomenon of neo-regionalism, represented by authors such as Rulfo, Arguedes, Guimaraes Rosa and Marquez. Neoculturacion is a more global term for the operation of the post-colonial strategies of appropriation and interpolation.

When the child first attempts to copy words used by adults, he at first tends to produce words of this form, so that 'grandfather' may be rendered as gaga, 'thank you' as tata, and 'water' wawa. This explains why, in so many languages, the nursery words for mother and father are mama or dada or baba or something similar: there is no magic inner connexion [sic] between the idea of parenthood as and words of this form: these just happen to be the first articulated sounds that the child makes .

We can only understand modernity, and hence postmodernity and globalism, if we understand the trajectory of imperial expansion. 30 ON POST-COLONIAL FUTURES Anthony Giddens, in talking about modernity and globalism, provides a classic example of the blind spot which occurs when we fail to take imperialism into account. Asking if modernity is a Western project, he replies that in terms of the two great modem systems - the nation-state and capitalism - the answer must be yes; but, he asks, is modernity peculiarly Western in terms of its globalizing tendencies?

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