creolize


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Bacchilega's analysis is framed by the overarching questions of how mixing genres and worlds create different effects of reality and of how generic remixes hybridize and creolize folk and fairy tales on the screen.
Readers of Tout-Monde who have been following the polemics surrounding the Creoliste group will note that Glissant eschews the Frenchification of Creole that characterizes the fiction and memoirs of Chamoiseau and Confiant, preferring to creolize his French.
Mimicry is, thus, the vehicle with which both Ralph and Gurudeva bring visibility to their versions of East Indianness and attempt to creolize their identities.
Mary Seacole's rebellious, independent, competitive, Jamaican woman's spirit creolizes and feminizes the European male space that is the Crimean war zone, but her achievements are represented as individual accomplishments that celebrate service and devotion to patriarchal authority and Empire, as embodied in the British military.
Across a whole range of cultural forms there is a powerfully syncretic dynamic which critically appropriates elements from the master-codes of the dominant culture and creolizes them, disarticulating given signs and rearticulating their symbolic meaning otherwise.