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18.2 (Spring 1996): The Postcolonial Imagination

Editor: Jean-Pierre Durix


The Postcolonial Imagination

  • Uwe Schäffer, "Fleshing the Cannibal's Bones: Samuel Beckett's Imagination Dead Imagine and Wilson Harris's Jonestown", 1
  • C. D. Balzer, "Mme -dolph and the Question of (Postcolonial) Art", 1"
  • Derek Wright, "Transition and the Grotesque: Soyinka's Madmen and Specialists", 21
  • Richard Lane, "A Preface to Malcolm Lowry's Last Notebook", 29
  • Daniel M. Mengara, "Postcolonialism, Third-Worldism and the Issue of Exclusive Terminologies in Postcolonial Theory and Criticism", 36

  • Michel Pousse, "Shashi Tharoor in The Great Indian Novel: A Selective Iconoclast", 46
  • Tirthankar Chanda, "Talking to Bharati Mukherjee", 56

  • Aderemi Bamikunle, "Social Satire in Femi Fatoba's Petals of Thought", 63
  • Sheila Collingwood-Whittick, "J. M. Coetzee's Dusklands: Colonialist Myth as History", 75

The Caribbean
  • Corinne Duboin, "Paule Marshall's Reconstruction of Barbados in Brown Girl, Brownstones", 90

  • Dominique Hecq, "Myth-Taken Paths and Exists in Peter Carey's Bliss", 99
  • Pierre François, "Psycho-Ontological Evil in Patrick White's The Solid Mandala", 104

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