The English-Vernacular Divide: Postcolonial Language Politics and Practice (Bilingual Education & Bilingualism)

The English-Vernacular Divide: Postcolonial Language Politics and Practice (Bilingual Education & Bilingualism)

Vaidehi Ramanathan


This booklet bargains a severe exploration of the position of English in postcolonial groups reminiscent of India. particularly, it specializes in a few neighborhood ways that the language falls alongside the traces of a class-based divide (with ancillary ones of gender and caste as well). The e-book argues that problems with inequality, subordination and unequal worth appear to revolve without delay round the basic positioning of English with regards to vernacular languages.  The writer used to be raised and schooled within the Indian academic system.

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