Robinson Crusoe, a novel which written by British writer Daniel Defoe in 1919, has been hailed as a classic literary work by readers from all over the world. The exciting plot is attracting reader and triggering a series of discussions on different topics. Over the years, the topic of this book has focused on the […]

While in England somewhere in the range of 1898 and 1899, Joseph Conrad composed the novella Heart of Darkness. Occurring during the stature of European dominion in Africa, Heart of Darkness follows the excursion up the Congo River of Marlow, a steamship chief. Marlow comes to Africa to get away from the exacting bounds of […]

Historically, race has had a significant impact on American foreign policy. Racism has played a huge part in diplomacy. The concept of Imperialism was used to justify the unreal brutality of the expansion of the United States. Race and Imperialism are directly correlated. The imperialist views on America were fueled by the American Government themselves. […]

The American Revolution refers to the colonial revolt that occurred between 1765 and 1783. As a result of the revolution, the American Patriots, those that instigated the rebellion, resulted in the Thirteen Colonies gaining independence from Great Britain. This was after defeating the British during the American Revolutionary War. France’s role in the war was […]

Blake’s engraving “Europe supported by Africa and America” portrays Europe and their descendants as dependent on America and Africa because Europe could have not done the expansion of their dominion of the New World without the aid of the African and the Native people. Europe’s domination of the New World depended on Africa through chattel […]

The United States: the greatest country to ever exist in human history, was formed through a gruesome war with the most powerful entity known to man at the time, Great Britain. All Americans know about how the American Revolution birthed this great country, but many do not understand or even know about one of the […]

Reasons and Motives for Imperialism During the late 19th century to the early 20th century, Western Europe soughed the aim of imperialism, which is known as New Imperialism. But what is Imperialism? Imperialism is when strong nations dominate the weaker ones by political, economic or cultural life. In Europe, the countries’ ambitions focused on Africa, […]

The article of Patrick Wolfe as “settler colonialism and the elimination of the native” that discuss a detailed argument through which he seeks in order to distinguish the type between the settler colonialism and genocide which also show and illuminating the proper complex relationship and in order to continue it so this has laid the […]

The American Revolution The Occurrence American Revolution was justified as it had tremendous ramification on different spheres of the American nation. The revolutionary war affected the politics, economy and democratic advancement and contributed to the emancipation of the American people from the oppressive rule of the British. The fact that the American Revolution led to […]

The aftermath of the First World War proved it difficult for capitalism to be transformed into socialism in and peaceful way. A new ideology found its way in driving the world economy to respond to the changing economic and political spectrum that Britain and its empire was embedded. Capitalist competition was increasing amongst the states […]

By the late 18th century, the French presence in India was on the decline. Once the only serious challenger to British dominance on the subcontinent, by the 1780s l’Inde Fran?§aise had been reduced to a series of demilitarized and economically neutered stations on the subcontinent’s east coast. Though all of these territories had experienced substantial […]

The New Imperialism was a spread of colonial expansion by European powers. However, it gained its impetus from economic, political, religious, and exploration motives. The New Imperialism colonized in Southeast Asia, Africa, India, and Latin America. It also had an effect on Western colonization for native people. In the New Imperialism European affairs grew tense […]

The Caleb’s crossing novel is a book that was written by Geraldine Brooks giving details of the history of America before the revolution. The book describes the values held by the American society at that time through the use of two main characters which are a young boy and a girl. These two start off […]

Slavery was a major issue of concern in America. It involved capturing the less powerful in the colonies and taking them forcefully as workers. Slavery was characterized by torture, manipulation, and oppression of the victims. Women were left without their husbands; some of them were involved in forced marriages. Slaves were taken to work for […]

AOBAKWE RAMOSU AND MARANG DUBE| 6/5/2010| POST MODERNISM/COLONIALISM/ STRUCTURALISM| This paper is going to focus on the post modernism, post colonialism and post structural theory. It is going to asses each theory separately and tries to reveal similarities between these theories in terms of their explanatory purposes they serve. In assessing each theory it will […]

The Starvation Video games, a blockbuster hit directed by Gary Ross explores a dystopian planet set in North The united states. Just one in which a rich, central elite (the Money) exploits bordering districts into making products and solutions for the Capital’s consumption. The conditions encompassing the unrest in the Hunger Video games can be […]

Orwell is functioning as the police officer of Moulmein, Burma, a British colony. In the eyes of the village, Orwell is, like the rest of the English, a military services occupier, leaving him loathed by the bulk of the village. Even though the villagers by no means stage a revolt, they do categorical their repugnance […]

Entire world war I A person of the most destructive wars in human background World war I was in the late 19th century early 20th century, the capitalist international locations to its best phase, particularly the imperialist changeover which is prompted by a broad array of irreconcilable contradictions, Asia, Africa, Latin American colonial is essentially […]

The New Imperialism was a spread of colonial growth by European powers. Nonetheless, it received its powers from financial, political, religious, and re. The New Imperialism colonized in Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It also had an impact on Western colonization for native persons. In the New Imperialism European affairs grew tense and lots […]

Ethnic roots of the Caribbean Cuisine The Caribbean island is that location wherever people today go to at occasions when they want to lose their anxiety. The Caribbean meal is a combination of cuisines from a selection of international locations in the world, particularly China, Africa, India, and Spain, just to title a several. In […]

From its origin as a smaller London enterprise, the East India Enterprise emerged in 1600 as a powerful commercial and political organization recognized by the English businessmen. Its early presence in India shaped the Gulf area and formally brought western men and women into Asia’s early fashionable landscape. All through the interval of 1700 to […]

Martha Lee ENG 92W 4/13/10 In Annie John, the long lasting results of Antigua’s colonization are mirrored by way of Kincaid paralleling her own encounters with those of the West Indian colonies the place she has lived. In, Columbus in Chains, the issues of Antiguan colonialism and postcolonial society are obvious in the text, beginning […]

Ambivalence is the condition in which two events have contradictory concepts, inner thoughts or mindset regarding each individual other or one thing. In the novel, A Passage to India by Forster ambivalence illustrates the ambiguous way in which colonizer and the colonized regarded a single an additional. We start off the various circumstances the place […]

The 1960s introduced shiny long term, terrific hope and expectation in Africa. It was a time that lots of African nations gained their independency from colonial powers. It was a period that the darkish ages of colonialism completely collapsed and, a new age of glorious financial advancement and intellectual emancipation was started out (Odhiambo, 1991). […]