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13.1 (Autumn 1990): Women Writers in the New Literatures in English


Women writers in the new literatures in English

  • Virginia Coulon, "Women at War: Nigerian Women Writers and the Civil War", 1
  • Christina Davis, "Mother and Writer: Means of Empowerment in the Works of Buchi Emecheta", 13
  • Ezenwa-Ohaeto, "Emecheta's Teenage Fiction: The Individual and Communal Values in The Wrestling Match and The Moonlight Bride", 22
  • Renata Iesué, "Romance and Reality: Popular Writing by Nigerian Women", 28
  • Jacqueline Bardolph, "'The Tears of Childhood' of Tsi Tsi Dangarembga", 38
  • Anne Fuchs, "Why Do Women Perform?", 48
  • Rosemary Gray, "Text and Context: A Reading of Elizabeth Charlotte Webster's Ceremony of Innocence and Nadine Gordimer's The Conservationist", 55
  • Cynthia Abrioux, "A Study of the Stepfather and the Stranger in the Pakistani Novel The Bride by Bapsi Sidhwa", 68
  • Jacques Leclaire, "Margaret Atwood's Cat's Eye as a Portrait of the Artist", 73
  • Wendell P. MacIntyre, "Isaac Stays the Hand of God", 81
  • Maryvonne Nedljkovic, "Flawless Jade", 87
  • Marc Delrez, "Boundaries and Beyond: Memory as Quest in Janet Frame's The Carpathians", 95

  • Richard Lane, "Embroiling Narratives: Appropriating the Signifier in J. M. Coetzee's Foe", 106
  • Michel Naumann, "The Semantic Structure of Chinua Achebe's Anthills of the Savannah", 112
  • J. O. J. Nwachukwu-Agbada, "A Conversation with Chinua Achebe", 117


  • Wole Soyinka, Les Bacchantes. Rite de communion. Trad. Etienne Galle, 125
  • Michèle Lurdos, Côté cour - côté savanne : le théâtre de Wole Soyinka, 125
  • Timothy Brennan, Salman Rushdie and the Third World, 126

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