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By Mrinalini Sinha

Colonial masculinity areas masculinity on the centre of colonial and nationalist politics within the past due nineteenth century in India. Mrinalini Sinha situates the research very in particular within the context of an imperial social formation, interpreting colonial masculinity not just within the context of social forces inside India, but in addition as framed via and framing political, fiscal, and ideological shifts in Britain.

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