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Among all contact outcomes, creolization is a strong concept.
White Teeth can be thought of as an allegorical novel since major characters are placed into exaggerated categories of assimilation and creolization.
Brathwaite highlights the African elements retained via creolization through the rhythm of his persona.
Creolization is best thought of as the product of cultural mixing that began within the tropical, colonial, plantation milieu and continues to the present.
We may recognize Eleggua in the "unstoppable conjunctions" that mark for Edouard Glissant the process of creolization and "the damnation of those who fight it.
The creolization process on an island like Martinique required the contribution of both the Maroon who refused the servile condition on the plantation and the slave whose provision ground on the margin of the plantation modified those very conditions.
Gurudeva's politics is, thus, a form of creolization repulsive to his son.
Those legacies are the material witnesses of what Edouard Glissant calls the "concealed parallel of histories" in the Americas and yet they are also witnesses to the creolization of slavery itself; that is, they bear witness to the Americanization of fears of racial contamination, of racial injustice, and other one-time colonial sins.
The relation between the linguistic processes of pidginization and creolization has been stated as one between reduction and expansion (perhaps first explicitly by Hymes 1971: 84;(2) see also Muhlhausler 1974).
We are not sure whether these sodalities were eager to be exclusively "Angolan" or not, but whatever the case, the strong representation of crioulos on the governing body certainly suggests that the successful establishment of the oldest black sodalities near the end of the seventeenth century had something to do with the creolization of the urban slave population.
Specific topics include theoretical and pedagogical implications of the teaching of African literature in the UK, transcultural outlooks in The Buddha of Suburbia and Some Kind of Black, the politics of creolization in Austin Clarke's Pigtails 'n Breadfruit, spatial linearity and postcolonial parody in Murray Bail's Holden's Performance, mall and female spaces in Things Fall Apart, the question of political engagement and Michael Ondaatje's historiographic metafiction, carnival and drama in the Anglophone Caribbean, and identity and issues of language choice in Malta.