Edward Said defines Orientalism as ‘a style of thought based upon an ontological and epistemological distinction made between “the Orient” and “the Occident”’.1 The literature thus produced takes the distinction between East and West/Orient and Occident as the dividing line between Orientalism and Occidentalism. While in Said’s view ‘Orientalism derives from a particular closeness experienced between Britain and France and the Orient,’...
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