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DISAFFECTED: EMOTION, SEDITION, AND COLONIAL LAW IN THE ANGLOSPHERE (Cornell, April 2021) 234 pp.
Examining the effects of antisedition law after 1857, when the British government began censoring the press in India and branded anti-imperial writing “disaffected,” Agathocleous shows how Indian journalists learned to mimic British styles of prose even as they critiqued empire. This book also shows how the criminalization of political alienation and dissent has shaped literary form and the political imagination.