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Rather, their fictions demonstrate the city’s recalcitrance to any such co-option, its refusal to submit to the excisions and exclusions that nationalist agendas depend on, and in the process they reveal the bad faith of all attempts to isolate a unitary and unified national character or spirit or essence, whether it is seen to inhere in tradition and the rural or in modernity and the urban. 11 While Bhabha’s primary concern has been to (re-) theorize the nation, his important ‘Dissemination’ essay makes a brief gesture towards the city as a site that offers a ‘contentious, performative space of the perplexity of the living in the midst of the pedagogical representations of the fullness of life’.
5 The generally limited success of such projects only highlights the disconnect between the city’s own impetus and the national agendas that seek to define and contain it. 7 This chapter aims to trace the conflicted relationship between the city and the nation in the novels of Joyce and Rushdie. That their fictions enact a debate between these two entities is beyond doubt; the very choice of Dublin and Bombay as the physical settings of an Irish and an Indian epic-novel is not a politically innocent one.
The cityscape, till date, bears the traces of its long and tumultuous colonial history. 10 At the centre of the street stood, until 1966, the controversial Nelson’s Pillar, the city’s best viewing platform, erected in 1808 to honour Nelson’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. This blatant symbol of colonial power was, not surprisingly, unpopular from the outset and eventually blown up in 1966 by an Irish Republican Army bomb. 11 Across from it is the General Post Office, another landmark of Ireland’s nationalist aspirations.