This introductory chapter explains the coverage of this book, which is about identity anxiety, intellectual heritage, and the post-colonial experiences of Singapore and Malaysia as reflected in their local literature. This book covers literature written during the colonial era and examines how literary works articulate a nation against colonialist and state-sponsored nationalist projects. It also discusses the issues of diaspora, globalization, and transnationalism.
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