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At a basic level, hybridity refers to any mixing of east and western culture. Within colonial and postcolonial literature, it most commonly refers to colonial subjects from Asia or Africa who have found a balance between eastern and western cultural attributes.May 8, 2009
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Hybridity: Forms and Figures in Literature and the Visual Arts
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Over the last two decades, the unstable notion of hybridity has been the focus of a number of debates in cultural and literary studies, and has been discussed in connection Other such notions as m(r)tissage, creolization, syncretism, diaspora, transculturation and in-betweeness. ... Google Books
Originally published: 2011
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