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16.2 (Spring 1994): The South Pacific/David Malouf


The South Pacific

  • "Pages from Albert Wendt's Photograph Album", 1
  • "The Travels of a Tusitala: Albert Wendt in Burgundy", 7
  • Witi Ihimaera, Tiana (an extract from a novel in progress), 10
  • Reina Whaitiri, "Rapua te tumu: To the Point", 15
  • Lydia Wevers, "Short Fiction by Maori Writers", 26
  • Hartwig Isernhagen, "Why Novels? Why Short Stories? A Note on the Use of Genres in the Works of Witi Ihimaera and Albert Wendt", 34
  • Jean Guiart, "Albert Wendt's Anthropological Truth", 38
  • Georges-Goulven Le Cam, "The New Net Goes Fishing: A Comparative Sketch of Maori Carving Past and Present", 44

David Malouf

  • Bill Ashcroft, "The Return of the Native: An Imaginary Life and Remembering Babylon", 51
  • Gareth Griffiths, "An Imaginary Life: The Post-Colonial Text as Transformative Representation", 61
  • Geneviève Laigle, "Entering the Dimensions of my Self": Malouf's An Imaginary Life", 70
  • Xavier Pons, "Broken Lines, Broken Lives: Discontinuities in David Malouf's The Great World", 79

The Caribbean

  • Eric Tabuteau, "Love in Black and White: A Comparative Study of Samuel Selvon and Frantz Fanon", 88


  • Geetha Ganapathy-Doré, "The Novels of the Nowhere Man: Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient", 96


  • Amadou Ouedraogo, "The Voice: par-delà la réel, ou la quête de la totalité", 101
  • Ezenwa-Ohaeto, "Rage and Reason: Moral Education in the Poetry of Ojaide and Udechukwu", 110


  • Paul Sharrad, Readings in Pacific Literature, 118
  • Robert D. Hamner, Derek Walcott; Robert D. Hamner, Critical Perspectives on Derek Walcott; Stewart Brown, The Art of Derek Walcott, 118

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