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THE CONCEPT OF “OTHER” IN HEART OF DARKNESS, THE MOMENT BEFORE THE GUN WENT OFF, AND THE FIRST PARTY

This study primarily focuses on the concept of “other” in three different selected works (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, The Moment Before the Gun Went Off by Nadine Gordimer, and The First Party by Attia Hosain) and it is aimed to show how otherness occurs in colonized regions. The dominance of the colonizers on the colonized people creates the feeling of otherness although the colonization period has ended. That means; material oppression may seem to be ended, however, the psychological effect of colonization on the once colonized people still proceeds. It is clearly observed in the selected works that in any case of the otherness, the feeling of oppression is inevitable for the “other”.



Keywords
Colonialism, other, self, dominance, oppression

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