Vol 36, No 3-4 (2005)

July-October 2005

articles on Chadha, Goodison, Crimp, Ngugi, Selvon and more

Table of Contents

Articles

Curry on the Divide in Rudyard Kipling’s Kim and Gurinder Chadha’s Bend It Like Beckham
Winnie Chan
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Abdulrazak Gurnah’s Dottie: A Narrative of (Un)Belonging
Monica Bungaro
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Our Mothers’ Kitchens and the Domestic Creative Continuum: A Reading of Lorna Goodison’s Turn Thanks
Hannah Chukwu , Susan Gingell
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Form and Language in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners
Nick Bentley
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Allegory and the Retrieval of History: Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s The River Between and Matigari
Eriks Uskalis
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“Short Circuits of Desire:” Language and Power in Martin Crimp’s Attempts on Her Life
Clara Escoda Agustí
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The “Crooked Business” of Storytelling: Authorship and Cultural Revisionism in Peter Carey’s Jack Maggs
Laura E. Savu
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The Western Gaze Balked: Wyndham Lewis’s Filibusters in Barbary
Paul Scott Stanfield
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Mythic Mediation and Feminism: Achebe’s Anthills of the Savannah
Okeawolam Isidore Diala
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Reviews

Nalini Natarajan. Woman and Indian Modernity.
Dannabang Kuwabong
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Christopher J. Knight. Uncommon Readers: Denis Donoghue, Frank Kermode, George Steiner, and the Tradition of the Common Reader.
Len Findlay
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Margaret Laurence. Heart of a Stranger.
Teresa Gilbert
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J. A. Kearney. Representing Dissension: Riot, Rebellion and Resistance in the South African English Novel.
Susan Spearey
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Charlotte Sussman. Consuming Anxieties: Consumer Protest, Gender, and British Slavery, 1713–1833.
D.L. Macdonald
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Susheila Nasta. Home Truths: Fictions of the South Asian Diaspora in Britain.
Summer Pervez
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Sarah Cole. Modernism, Male Friendship, and the First World War.
Diana Austin
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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