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17.1 (Autumn 1994): Bridges in the New Literatures in English


  • Geetha GANAPATHY-DORÉ, Mapping Continents: The Journey Home in Salman Rushdie, Michael Ondaatje and Bharati Mukherjee, 3
  • Florence D'SOUZA-DELEURY, The Perception of the Self in Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine, 10
  • Cathy-Anne WENDLING, R.K. Narayan et la tradition esthétique indienne, 18
  • Marc ROLLAND, Un routard jacobéen en Inde: Tom Coryat, 23
  • Emilienne BANETH-NOUAILHETAS, George Orwell and the "White Man's Burden", 32
  • Michel NAUMANN, Literary Criticism and Third-World Literatures, a Bridge or a Toll-Gate?, 40
  • Anne-Marie SOULIER, Elizabeth Jolley et le Pays des Autres, 45
  • Gillian PORTER-LADOUSSE, The Retreating Sign: The Obsolescent Bridge in Margaret Atwood's Cat's Eye, 51
  • Marta DVORAK, Nino Ricci's Lives of the Saints: Walking Down Both Sides of the Street at the Same Time, 58
  • EZENWA-OHAETO, Bridges of Orality: The Development, the Themes and the Artistic Variations in Nigerian Pidgin Poetry, 67
  • Claire BAZIN, An Angel at My Table, 80
New Zealand
  • Marc DELREZ, The Unbearable Burden of Being: Janet Frame's "Snowman, Snowman," 89
The Caribbean
  • Christine PAGNOULLE, Pilgrimage and Dispossession, 100
  • Xavier GARNIER, Amos Tutuola et les espaces magiques, 106
  • Self and Colonial Desire: Travel Writings of V.S. Naipaul, by Wimal Dissanayake and Carmen Wickramagamage, 118

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