Vol 39, No 4 (2008)

October 2008

reading african writing fifty years after things fall apart

Table of Contents

Editorial

Notes From the Editor: Reading African Writing: Fifty Years After Things Fall Apart
 
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Articles

Fictions of Rebuilding: Reconstruction in Ivan Vladislavic’s South Africa
Shameem Black
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Riffing on Resistance: Music in Chris Abani’s Graceland
Stefan Sereda
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The Stylistic Reciprocity between Aporia and Cohesion in the Preamble of David Maillu’s Broken Drum
Evan Mwangi
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Distributive Justice and the Blind Continent: A Study of Cross of Gold by Lauretta Ngcobo and Osiris Rising by Ayi Kwei Armah
Sophie Akhuemokhan
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Narrating Redemption: Life Writing and Whiteness in The New South Africa: Gillian Slovo’s Every Secret Thing
Tony Simoes da Silva
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Without Telling
Mustapha Marrouchi
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Perspectives

O, Polyphemus: On Poetry and Alienation
Obi Nwakanma
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Reviews

Lou Freitas Caton. Reading American Novels and Multicultural Aesthetics: Romancing the Postmodern Novel.
Christian Moraru
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Jeffrey Heath. The Creator as Critic and Other Writings by E. M. Forster.
Judith Scherer Herz
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Richard Lane. The Postcolonial Novel: Themes in 20th Century Literature & Culture.
Ammar Naji
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Helen Tiffin, ed. Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire.
Angela Waldie
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D.H. Green. Women Readers in the Middle Ages.
Kevin Teo
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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