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Representations of Marseille
Joseph McGonagle

master and certainly not as a metropolitan French citizen who is his equal. Furthermore, the lazy association between zouaves and souks suggests that while Gibert sees Daniel as being at his service – militarily and commercially – Daniel’s supposed ‘sly civility’ (Bhabha 1994) as Maghrebi Other means he is not to be trusted; hence Gibert’s warning to Bertineau and reassurance that he will maintain a watchful eye over the ‘lascar’. The latter word itself also has colonial overtones: today used to mean ‘rascal’ (and also ‘hacker’), it originally designated an East Asian

in Representing ethnicity in contemporary French visual culture