This chapter, which looks at Homi K. Bhabha's deconstructive practice and explores the question of hybridity, with the help of two influential essays by Stuart Hall and Alberto Moreiras, suggests that a more radicalized form of hybridity may provide a useful theoretical articulation, or hinge, connecting deconstruction and the postcolonial.
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