The Body in Animal’s People: Redefining ‘Humanity’ and Connecting Two Worlds


  • Helena Style Muñoz Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


An analysis of the limits of humanity in Indra Sinha's novel Animal's People


body, human, non-human, marginalised, profanity, grotesque, representation, uncensored


HOLOCH, ADELE (2015). “Profanity and the Grotesque in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People”, International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 18, Nº1,127-142.

RICKEL, JENNIFER (2012). “‘The Poor Remain’: A Posthumanist Rethinking of Literary Humanitarism in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People”, Ariel: a Review of International English Literature, Vol. 43 Nº1, 87-108.

SINHA, INDRA (2007). Animal’s People, London: Simon & Schuster UK Ltd.

Author Biography

Helena Style Muñoz, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Helena Style is a fourth-year student at Univeristat Autònoma de Barcelona and is about to graduate in English Studies. Her areas of interest are nineteenth and twentieth century British literature.




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