Censorship Processes and Power Relations in Collaborative Autobiographies

Caterina Romeo

Abstract


The article aims at investigating the relationship between collaborative autobiographies and the trends of Contemporary Italian Postcolonial Literature.

Keywords


Collaborative Autobiography; Italian Postcolonial Literature; Transnational Italian Literature; Cultural Imperialism; Women affiliation

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