Attempting to bear witness to gender, race, and class differences in fiction and other forms of writing of Indo-Carribbean women, Spivak interrogates how the attempted self-expression is read by others. Dorota Goluch analyses Spivak’s reading to bring out post-colonial aspects of Carribbean women’s writing.
Dorota Goluch studied English literature and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Kent in England, Jagiellonian University in Poland and the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich. She is currently researching on Polish translations and the reception of Anglophone postcolonial fiction at the University College London where she is a teaching affiliate. Her research interests include Caribbean women’s writing, postcolonial translation and the questions of East European postcoloniality.