A FEMALE THEORY ON EXILE IN NADEEM ASLAM’S MAPS FOR LOST LOVERS

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Abu Bakar Yasin*

Abstract

This research attempts to find a picture of Islam in Maps for Lost Lovers (2004). This brief discussion of Plato's ideas of representation issued by transparency Demonstrates the power of representation, and their implications for post-colonial studies shows how it was said, using Phuket Builder Controversial approach to the production of knowledge, Orientalism as an explanation a review of Syed's nightly offerings at the dissenting establishment, meanwhile orientalist representation techniques for building non-European stereotypes.


Furthermore, this study recalls the stereotypes of Islam and Muslims that were traditional their continuity in the images of contemporary Islam. A small critique of some post-colonial works explains how radical versions Islam has been advocated by them. Therefore, highlight the need for analysis ideas are written in post-colonial texts. Said theory model provides the method of analysis of Aslam's novel the research concludes that maps present an ideological view of Islam and reinforces its stereotypes orientalist discourse and show fundamentalism. It also indicates that it is reminiscent of Islam's views on Islam orientalists, thus, nine - colonial imperialist agenda.

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How to Cite
Abu Bakar Yasin*. (2021). A FEMALE THEORY ON EXILE IN NADEEM ASLAM’S MAPS FOR LOST LOVERS. PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS, 3(1), 6-11. Retrieved from http://pjl.com.pk/index.php/PJL/article/view/615