The Victorian era is the golden age of colonization that enlarged Britain into a kingdom on which the sun never sets. This enlargement was not always positive but brought with it an ominous harvest to Britain and the colonies. With some minor success stories of the ‘white man’ upholding his burden towards the colonized such as “The Beach of Falesa”, the bulk of literary works testify to the contrary such as The Sign of Four. Discuss how Doyle presents the colonial project as a threat to the British ‘home’ while Stevenson presents a milder version of a quasi successful relation between the colonizers and colonized. Has the life experience of both writers affected their perspectives on the nature of the relationship and the ‘contact zone’; Stevenson being an actual intellectual immigrant while Doyle a theorist depending on second hand experience and secondary written sources?
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