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Underlying the idea of colonial discourse…is 48 CRITICAL RESPONSES TO WOMEN’S TRAVEL WRITING the presumption that during the colonial period large parts of the non-European world were produced for Europe through a discourse that imbricated sets of questions and assumptions, methods of procedure and analysis, and kinds of writing and imagery. (Hulme, 1986:2) This reinforces many of the ideas which were first formulated by Edward Said in his influential book Orientalism (1978a). This book draws together the work of Foucault and Gramsci to describe the surface regularities of a wide range of texts which were written about the Orient during the colonial period.

For her, in order to write at all, women must take up a masculine position: In a phallocentric culture the masculine is valued, the feminine exists in an inferior relation to the masculine. The ideal self to which the subject (whether male or female) in culture attaches desire is an impossible masculine subject. As soon as the child speaks it assumes a subjective place in language as either male or not-male. (Schaffer, 1989:10) Thus, either women inhabit the category not-men and therefore do not write, or they write as men, as she says: The bush woman can stand in place of her husband, lover or brother and take on masculine attributes of strength, fortitude, courage and the like in her battle with the environment.

Since words have potentially multiple meanings, and multiple reference, various connotations, and therefore different possible interpretations, dependent on the text’s context or the reader’s frame of reference, I would argue that a coherent ‘self’, in textual terms, is impossible. The text itself is not a stable field of meaning, but something which readers work on and interpret. Therefore the range of meanings which the unstable self of the writer attempts to encode are never decoded in a predictable way by the unstable self of the reader.

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