The authors have explored the different issues that the colonized groups face, the anti-colonial resistance encountered by the colonialists, westernization and subjectivity of the locals, locals history, formation of postcolonial intellects, nature of colonists as well as the creation of metropolitan institutions of post colonialism and many more. Therefore, the authors have given an explicit picture of the Third Word during the post colonial period and the changes created for the diverse communities to merge and live together. Also, there is a clear explanation of what was left after the colonial period thereby giving a contrast of before the arrival of colonialists and after their departure, the difference created in all sectors of the society.
Most of Eastern Europe countries are taken care of but one country, Bulgaria has been left aside. Therefore, the book addresses the gap in this country as well as provides a crucial resource on issues to do with social change in Eastern Europe. In Bulgaria, agriculture development is seen as major concern during the socialist and post colonial era. This leads to much transformation in the sector of agriculture hence theme of transformation is encountered in most of the chapters. Such transformations include demographic and industrial revolutions, agriculture reforms as well as informal proliferation (Barnet, Berman & Burto 1993). This has enabled the author to give a constantly changing story while discussing these transformations. Also, the author is given the authority to depict the locals as having a loose historical logic due to the changes they embrace. At this point, the authors also speak against the past and present views on the upcoming rural sector and term them as conservative to bring about the transformation that has befallen the locals.
In the first chapters, locals are described to uphold