Vol 36, No 1-2 (2005)

January-April 2005

postcoloniality and politics

Table of Contents

Editorial

Notes from the Editor: Postcoloniality and Politics
 
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Articles

Imagined Biafras: Fabricating Nation in Nigerian Civil War Writing
Jago Morrison
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The Limits of Sympathy: J. M. Coetzee’s Evolving Ethics of Engagement
Geoffrey Baker
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The Post-Post Colonial Condition: Globalization and Historical Allegory in Mohsin Hamid’s Moth Smoke
Paul Jay
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The Colours of Fiction: From Indigo/Blue to Maroon/Black (A Study of Miranda’s Story in Indigo)
Cao Li
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Forcing Newness into the World: Language, Place and Nature
Bill Ashcroft
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“Ay, siyempre, Gran, of course, Oz is—multicultural!”: Merlinda Bobis’s Crossing to the Other Side as Reflected in Her Short Stories
M. Dolores Herrero
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“I have always known shipwreck”: Whiteness in Sheila Fugard’s The Castaways
Michael Titlestad, Mike Kissack
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“You have to start thinking all over again”: Masculinities, Narratology and New Approaches to Sam Selvon
Lewis MacLeod
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Beyond the Pale: Women, Cultural Contagion, and Narrative Hysteria in Kipling, Orwell, and Forster
Alan Blackstock
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Languages of the Nation in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy
Neelam Srivastava
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Perspectives

“Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated”: Postcolonial Theory and “The Politics of Postcoloniality”
Camille Isaacs
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Reviews

Sylvia Plath. Ariel: The Restored Edition.
Kara Kilfoil
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Gabrielle Helms. Challenging Canada: Dialogism and Narrative Techniques in Canadian Novels.
Adam Carter
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Martin Harries. Scare Quotes from Shakespeare: Marx, Keynes, and the Language of Reenchantment.
Stephen Ross
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Naqi Husain Jafri, ed. Critical Theory: Perspectives from Asia.
Roomy Naqvy
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Gordon Collier and Ulrich Fleischman, eds. A Pepper-Pot of Cultures: Aspects of Creolization in the Caribbean.
Tiphanie Yanique Galiber
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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