Abstract

How does an experimental prose take up the question of a diasporic “self”? Bhanu Kapil examines this question through the lens of a narrative set in the first hours of Britain's first Asian race riot on April 23, 1979. How do you write the body that is never allowed, in a society, to [arrive] “appear”?

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