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This paper is taken from a longer essay that interprets fiction by Norman Douglas and Ronald Firbank, and from a book-length study of homosexual and colonial allegory. The reading of Firbank appeared in Literature Interpretation Theory 3.4 (1992): 271-86. I am grateful to Jacqueline Rose, Morag Shiach, and David Halperin for comments on an earlier draft.
"Managing “The White Man’s Burden”: The Racial Imaginary of Forster’s Colonial Narratives,"
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