Vol 35, No 3-4 (2004)

July-October 2004

special cluster on writing america

Table of Contents

Articles

Negotiating Foundations: Nation, Homeland and Land in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace
Gilbert Yeoh
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Colonial Displacements: Another Look at Miles Franklin’s My Brilliant Career
Tanya Dalziell
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The Disloyalty of Elizabeth Hay: Reading the Autobiographies
John Scheckter
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Returning to Repair: Resolving Dilemmas of the Postcolonial Queer in Lawrence Scott’s Aelred’s Sin
Lee Easton , Kelly Hewson
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Ulysses Victorianus and the Other Knowledge of Empire
Martin McKinsey
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Signs Taken for Wonders, Wonders Taken for Dollar Signs: Karen Tei Yamashita and the Commodification of Miracle
J. Edward Mallot
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Carnival-Conjure, Louisiana, History and the Power of Women’s Ethnographic Narrative
Angeletta KM Gourdine
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Localizing the Early Republic: Washington Irving and Blackface Culture
Jason Richards
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Deer-Hoof Clackers and Coke Bottles: The Construction of the Postcolonial Nation in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony
Kevin Concannon
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Reviews

K.D. Verma. The Indian Imagination: Critical Essays on Indian Writing in English.
Clara A.B. Joseph
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Keith Foulcher and Tony Day, eds. Clearing a Space: Postcolonial Readings of Modern Indonesian Literature.
Gaik Cheng Khoo
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Mimi Sheller. Consuming the Caribbean: From Arawaks to Zombies.
Alison van Nyhuis
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Helen Hoy. How Should I Read These?: Native Women Writers in Canada.
Gillian Siddall
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Juliette Merritt. Beyond Spectacle: Eliza Haywood’s Female Spectators.
Sarah Skoronski
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Cynthia Sugars, ed. Home-Work: Postcolonialism, Pedagogy & Canadian Literature.
Linda Warley
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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