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Dramatization of the Outsider
A look at how inhabitants of the Third World are represented as outsiders in literature.
# 131382 | 3,000 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Anthropology (Cultural) , Literature (World)

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This paper examines and analyzes fictional representations of Third World peoples as marginalized outsiders. Particular emphasis is placed on Aboriginals. Various authors and their literary works are cited in the paper. These writers include Taylor and MacLeod, who exploding stereotypes and alter our accustomed ways of interpreting canonical texts.

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"Currently, writers such as Taylor and MacLeod are exploding stereotypes and altering our accustomed ways of interpreting canonical texts. We are conditioned to consider aboriginal peoples and all inhabitants of the Third World as outsiders, or those who either do not fit in with or are excluded from mainstream society. In alterNatives and Amigo's Blue Guitar, we are led by Colleen, Sander and Callie to examine the multifaceted motivations and underlying psychological needs which determine our definition of the outsider as deficient and needing redemption or change..."

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