Vol 34, No 4 (2003)

October 2003

postcolonial rewritings: walcott, phillips, selvon and more

Table of Contents

Articles

The Gulf Stream and the Epic Drives of Joyce and Walcott
Maria McGarrity
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“I had rather to adopt a child than get it”: Mythical Lost Children in Caryl Phillips’s The Nature of Blood
Barbara L. Estrin
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Interrupting the Canon: Samuel Selvon’s Postcolonial Revision of Robinson Crusoe
Chandrima Chakraborty
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A Passage to India, Colonial Humanism and Recent Postcolonial Theory: A Response to Lidan Lin
Gail Fincham
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Perspectives

Foreign Literary Studies and the Identity of the Postcolonial Subject1
Tahrir Kahlil Hamdi
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A. Norman Jeffares, Anna Rutherford and the Question of Colonial Inheritance
Anne Collett
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Interviews

“Routes of Identity”: In Conversation with Bharati Mukherjee
Sharmani Patricia Gabriel
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Review Articles

The Violence of the Everyday
Himani Bannerji
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The Dream Address
Debashis Sen
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Even If I Could Forget
Joyce K. Luzzi
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Reviews

Neil Levi and Michael Rothberg, eds. The Holocaust: Theoretical Readings.
Adrienne Kertzer
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James King. The Life of Margaret Laurence.
Nora Foster Stovel
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Stephen Henighan. When Words Deny the World: The Reshaping of Canadian Writing.
Cherry Clayton
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Judith Mayne. Framed: Lesbians, Feminists, and Media Culture.
Katherine Binhammer
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Helen M. Buss. Repossessing the World: Reading Memoirs by Contemporary Women.
Sara Jamieson
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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