immixture


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In his first chapter, Valente characterizes Stoker's evidently confused gender identity and sexuality as resulting from his conflicted brand of metrocolonial immixture, whose sexual aspect was correspondingly more occulted and therefore more anxiety inducing.
And indeed, these used non-Muslim minoritary groups for immixture: in Palestine the exploitation of different religions was to enlarge their own sphere of influence.
Even if such a person can call this outer immixture in many different ways, such as chance, good luck, faith, destiny, misfortune, hazard or such like these, is clear that a will, much stronger than his, is felt on various occasions and circumstances.