Borders are a favourite theme among literary and cultural critics. Usually they are presented as sites of interaction and exchange, ‘liminal’ spaces where cultures, traditions, languages overlap and intermix. Borders are, by definition, ‘edgy’; they constitute the uneasy boundaries of things, the edge of the known, where contradictory truths and norms reveal one another, and […]
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