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La negociación de la diferencia étnica en la literatura escocesa contemporánea
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ES: Revista de filología inglesa, 2007, N.28, pags.171-187
In the last three decades, Scottish writers have been engaged in the demarcation of a cultural and political detachment from English models. Since the 1970s, the works of Alasdair Gray, James Kelman or Liz Lochhead have been identified with a "second renaissance" of Scottish culture that reacted against the impositions of Britain's ideological centre, where Scottish voices were not represented. At the same time, some Scottish "ex-centric" voices were starting to become visible in the arts, revealing the complexities of their partial participation in the culture of Scotland. The aim of this paper is to analyse the negotiation of the Scottish national identity in the works of the Afro-Scottish writers Jackie Kay and Maud Sulter, focusing on their exploration of ethnic and sexual difference.
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