64 страниц. 2010 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Ever since the beginning of human existence, patriarchal order has had a supreme effect on almost everything in the world. What I discuss in this work is that patriarchy is also a part of colonization. This project will explore selected texts which show colonization as a masculine scenario in which the male colonizers victimize even European white women as well as native women, though each suffers in different ways. To support, a number of post-colonial narrations, four short stories and two novels, will be explicated. The short stories which will be discussed in chronological order are Somerset Maugham Stories; "Rain" (1921), "The Fall of Edward Barnard" (1921), "Before the Party" (1926), "The Force of Circumstance" (1926), and the novels which will be discussed in chronological order are E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India (1924), George Orwell’s Burmese Days (1934).