As you explore the internet, you will certainly find more relevant websites. Keep track of the addresses of the good ones to share with your che internet, you will certainly find more relevant websites. Keep track of the addresses of the good ones to share with your classmates.
A warning: Information gathered from an internet site, and subsequently used in an essay, must be documented properly. Take down the internet address and the name of the person, such as Professor George Landow, who writes or edits the material at the site. A second warning: If a "fact" seems less than factual to you, check up on it in a print source. Remember that not all information on the internet has been edited for accuracy.
Contemporary Postcolonial and Postimperial and Postimperial Literature in English, ed. George P. Landow, Brown University (includes resources on Achebe, Soyinka, Rushdie, and many others)
Postcolonial Studies Homepage, ed. Deepika Petraglia-Bahri. Excellent mini-essays on topics and authors, including Ngugi.Resources for the Study of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness
"The White Man's Burden" and its Critics (a Kipling site), by Jim Zwick, Syracuse University
The Reincarnation of the Indian Novel, by Vikram Subramaniam
Anti-Imperialism in the United States 1898-1945
Edward W. Said: A Bibliography