Vol 39, No 3 (2008)

July 2008

articles on rum, sidhwa, ishiguro, roy, rhys, salih, and kipling

Table of Contents

Articles

Under the Influence: Thinking through Rum
Jennifer P. Nesbitt
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Contextualizing Ayah’s Abduction: Patterns of Violence against Women in Sidhwa’s Cracking India
Madhuparna Mitra
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“Spontaneous Mirth” out of “a Misplaced Respectfulness”: A Bakhtinian Reading of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day
Seonjoo Park
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Colour Play in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things
Shazia Sadaf
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Re-orienting the Gothic Romance: Jean Rhys, Tayeb Salih, and Strategies of Representation in the Postcolonial Gothic
David McInnis
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Rudyard Kipling and the Norman Conquest
Deanne Williams
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Reviews

Tony Howard. Women as Hamlet: Performance and Interpretation in Theatre, Film and Fiction.
Susan Bennett
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Joanne Saul. Writing the Roaming Subject: The Biotext in Canadian Literature.
Greg Doran
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Sandile Dikeni. Soul Fire: Writing the Transition.
Gugu Hlongwane
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Jami L. Carlacio, ed. The Fiction of Toni Morrison: Reading and Writing on Race, Culture, and Identity.
Jason Haslam
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H. Nigel Thomas, ed. Why We Write: Conversations with African Canadian Poets and Novelists.
Natalie Wall
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John R. Eperjesi. The Imperialist Imaginary: Visions of Asia and the Pacific in American Culture.
Jeffrey Hole
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Peter Childs. Modernism and the Post-Colonial: Literature and Empire 1885-1930.
Judith Scherer Herz
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John O’Brian and Peter White, ed. Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art.
Richard Brock
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Patricia E. Chu. Race, Nationalism and the State in British and American Modernism.
Teresa Heffernan
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front and Back Matter
 
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