Vol 37, No 2-3 (2006)

April-July 2006

articles on brontë, astley, sullivan, singapore thrillers, and 'writing the caribbean'

Table of Contents

Articles

Unsuspecting Storyteller and Suspect Listener: A Postcolonial Reading of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre
Carine M. Mardorossian
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In a Transnational World: Exploring Gendered Subjectivity, Mobility, and Consumption in Anita Desai’s Fasting, Feasting
Angelia Poon
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Mapmaking and the Spatial Politics of Power in Thea Astley’s Hunting the Wild Pineapple
Jacqueline Shin
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Singapore’s New Thrillers: Boldly Going Beyond the Ethnographic Map
Tamara S. Wagner
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Language in Chinese Canadian Writing: Impact on Interpretation and Reception
Milan V. Dimić
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“A knife through time”: Robert Sullivan’s Star Waka and the Politics and Poetics of Cultural Difference
Chris Prentice
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Producing the Colonial Subject: Romantic Pedagogy and Mimicry in Jamaica Kincaid’s Writing
Jocelyn Stitt
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“You Ain No Real-Real Bajan Man”: Patriarchal Performance and Feminist Discourse in Paule Marshall’s Brown Girl, Brownstones
Lewis MacLeod
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Jamaican Ladies and Tropical Charms
Erin Mackie
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Blue Be-longing: A Discussion of Olive Senior’s Latest Collection of Poetry, over the roofs of the world
Anne Collett
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Reviews

Amrita Bhalla. Shashi Deshpande.
Nancy E. Batty
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Terry Eagleton. After Theory.
Jonathan Locke Hart
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Jahan Ramazani. The Hybrid Muse: Postcolonial Poetry in English.
Pramila Venkateswaran
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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