On trial was the tsarist autocracy, accused by a new generation of educated political prisoners exiled
without due process in the 1880s of transgressing basic human rights common to all.
Of special importance was the international system's official designation of SWAPO as the 'sole and authentic representative of the Namibian people', which gave the exiled
SWAPO hierarchy an extraordinary amount of authority.
Positioning Luisa within the exiled
Strozzi family's bent trajectory of fortune, the author explores the implications of exile and cross-border mobility for the commissioning of maternal agency through suffering.
Bharati's attempts to disrupt the colonial, sexist and casteist politics of his homeland ensured that he occupied a marginal, subaltern position, whether he was spatially exiled
in Pondicherry, or more epistemogically exiled
as his radical beliefs and practices positioned him firmly at the margins of South Indian society.
He ignores the work of exiled
scriptwriters, excepting of course Bertolt Brecht in Hangmen.
The melancholy of al-Qais's "Let us stop, my friends, and lament the memory of a love and her abode" has echoed through the last millennium and a half, down to exiled
Palestinian writers like Jabra Ibrahim Jabra and Mahmoud Darwish.
On display until March 30 at the Depo art space in ystanbul's Tophane neighborhood, the exhibition "20 Dollars 20 Kilos" takes its visitors into the lost lives and hopes of these exiled
ystanbul Greeks through a series of historical documents, voice recordings, memorabilia, newspaper reports and a video work.
Rizal may have gone through the usual and normal human response to being involuntarily exiled
to a far- away land, he chose to transform his situation into a productive one.
for a writer, who is the exiled
one, the language is his placenta [...],it does not represent only a slow conquering, but also the legitimacy, the spiritual home.
Tibetans on Monday (September 02) came together to celebrate their 53rd Democracy day in India's northern hill town of Dharamsala with much fervour.
However, two contributions by literary scholars, D'Addario's analysis of Abraham Cowley's reassessment of the purpose of poetry and Major's examination of the spiritual diaries of another exiled
regicide, William Goffe, could have been strengthened by situating these works in a biblical as well as historical context.
But included in the 43,000 were about 20,000 children who had never set foot in or fully experienced the country to which they were being repatriated, having been born to or raised by exiled
soldiers and refugees of the struggle.