What is a Developing Nation? - Definition & Characteristics
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Let the mathematician work out the fraction of a person would represent the Trinidadian corresponding proportionately to the twenty whom I saw representing eight million."
In 1962, at the dawn of the country's independence, luminaries such as James and Eric Williams sought to institutionalize our classics in fictional and non-fictional literature as a part of our national heritage and as a means of charting the national story through which, as Bhabha noted, our sense of nationness arises.
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The deliberativeness with which the Mauritanian authorities came together with international institutions to preserve its literary heritage emphasizes the importance the relevant authorities placed on the power of literacy, its literary heritage and their connection to its development.
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Given the strength of the newspapers, particularly in the nineteenth century, one can assert that they played a powerful role in revealing the nation unto itself or, as Anderson might say, it allowed us to imagine ourselves as a national community.
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Benedict Anderson has suggested that national communities arise from the spread of the novel and print media, a process through which new modes of apprehending the world are revealed.
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When Philip sketched his tale about the callous manner in which the colored people were treated during the first half of the nineteenth century, he was literally trying to bring that segment of the population back into the story of our nation, which is why he sounded this cautionary note in his preface: