On the Way of Hybridity: Naipaul’s “One out of many”

The following study aims to supply Homi Bhabha’s approach to the situation of the protagonist in V. S. Naipaul’s “One out of Many” in the light of such concepts as ‘enunciation’, ‘mimicry’, ‘ambivalence’, ‘inbetween’s’, ‘third space’, and ‘hybridity’. The study draws the conclusion that the character who fluctuates between his native culture and the colonising one occupies the third place as a once-colonised immigrant and is on the way of hybridity after a series of conflicts and struggles.

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