Ivory, James

ASU

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From Cultural Purism to Cultural Pluralism: Salman Rushdie and the Hybrid 2010 5957 This thesis examines Rushdie’s treatment of the cultural hybrid in The Satanic Verses and The Moor’s Last Sigh in order to explore the following questions: Does Rushdie have an ultimate view of the immigrant/hybrid position? Does he provide an answer...
Posthum/an/ous: Identity, Imagination, and the Internet 2010 4420 The Furry, Otherkin, and Otakukin are Internet fan subcultures whose members personally identify with non-human beings, such as animals, creatures of fantasy, or cartoon characters. I analyze several different forms of expression that the fandoms uti...
Zadie Smith’s NW: A Compass in Sad Multicultural Land 2014 8449 Taking Zadie Smith’s most recent novel, NW (2012), as its subject, this master’s thesis engages in a postcolonial analysis of contemporary multicultural life in London. Smith’s return to her childhood North-West London neighborhood, which she introd...
From Motley To Green: The Influence Of Yeats And Joyce On Irish National Identity 2018 12 This essay takes a historical approach on the works of William Butler Yeats and James Joyce. By exploring the history of Ireland, including the 1798 Rebellion in comparison to the Easter 1916 Rising, the literature takes on new meaning as a force for...