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Experimentalism in the Face of Fascism

Writer Meena Kandasamy, in conversation with Advisory Editor Aparna Gopalan.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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7 Sept 2020
Interview
Sociolinguistics
Interview
Sociolinguistics
Avant-Garde Form
Experimental Methods
Dalit Literature
Dalit Histories
Indian Fascism
Tamil Tigers
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Bhima Koregaon
Marxist Theory
André Breton
Absurdity

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There is a certain overpowering influence when this totalitarian power is coming to get you. Then you turn to the most absurd forms of storytelling and play. How do you laugh at untrammeled power? Either you are completely terrorized by it, or you completely delegitimize its authority by laughing in its face and doing the most absurd things.

RECOMMENDED: The Orders Were to Rape You: Tigresses in the Tamil Eelam Struggle, the newest book by Kandasamy (Navayana, 2021).

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