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A POST COLONIAL READING OF MOUNTBATTEN & THE PARTITION OF INDIA BY LARRY COLLINS AND DOMINIQUE LAPIERRE

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Amar Nath Kumar

  Keywords

Post- Colonization, Hybridity, Ambivalence, Partition, Language, Culture, Power

  Abstract


The country was partitioned in the year 1947 and two separate states India and Pakistan were formed. Lord Mountbatten was the viceroy of India when the transfer happened from the two hundred year long British rule to the people of the sub continent. It was a watershed moment in the life of the two nations, but at the same time it was as painful as creating two babies out of a single womb. Though not a single reason but multiple factors were responsible for this partition, yet the whole orchestra could be seen from a post- colonial perspective, and how the forces could be mapped on the basis of the post- colonial theories. This paper is an attempt to look into the role played by the Viceroy along with his troop of bureaucrats and ministers, who very well played the part of the colonizers and on the other side were the people of this country who were neo- anglicized, equipped with the language of their masters and had acquired a hybridized culture from the British.

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  Unique Identification Number - IJCRT2005546

  Paper ID - 195213

  Page Number(s) - 4079-4086

  Pubished in - Volume 8 | Issue 5 | May 2020

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  Publisher Name - IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

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Amar Nath Kumar,   "A POST COLONIAL READING OF MOUNTBATTEN & THE PARTITION OF INDIA BY LARRY COLLINS AND DOMINIQUE LAPIERRE", International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT), ISSN:2320-2882, Volume.8, Issue 5, pp.4079-4086, May 2020, Available at :http://www.ijcrt.org/papers/IJCRT2005546.pdf

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