Remembering is never a quiet act of retrospection. It is a painful re-membering, a putting together of the dismembered past to make sense of the trauma of the present. –Homi K. Bhabha, introduction to Black Skin, White Mask

Remembering is never a quiet act of retrospection. It is a painful re-membering, a putting together of the dismembered past to make sense of the trauma of the present. –Homi K. Bhabha, introduction to Black Skin, White Mask