In The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai, how does Sai confront her "postcolonial" legacy?
Desai, Kiran. The Inheritance of Loss. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2006.
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How Sai Confronts Her Postcolonial Legacy in Inheritance of Loss
Sai confronts her postcolonial legacy in the novel Inheritance of Loss in the following ways. The first way is through her relationship with learning. Sai at the beginning of the novel is quite naive. She is not aware of the culminating unrest that sits at the border between Nepal and India. At the start of the novel, she thinks about the world through the words of the textbooks she reads about Science and Geography....
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