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This article maps Lloyd Fernando’s contributions to Malaysian English-language literature as Head of English at the University of Malaya, examines his negotiations with the inception of Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) as National Language and the downgrading of Malaysian English writing to sectional literature recorded in Cultures in Conflict (1986) and concludes with comparative readings of this collection and his novel, Scorpion Orchid (1976).
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