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30.1 (Autumn 2007): Behind the Scenes

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CONTENTS

  • Geetha GANAPATHY-DORÉ & Benaouda LEBDAI, Foreword, 7
  • Cécile BIRKS, "Nothing is worse than what we can imagine": Secrecy and Allegory in J.M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians and Disgrace, 13
  • Richard SAMIN, Revelation and Veridiction: Modes of Disclosure in Alex La Guma's In the Fog of the Season's End and Mark Behr's The Smell of Apples, 25
  • Xavier PONS, "I have to work right through this white way of thinking": The Deconstruction of Discourses of Whiteness in Kim Scott's Benang, 37
  • Chantal ZABUS, Behind the Seine and Other Scenery: African and European Male Intimacies in Western Cities, 49
  • Françoise KRAL, The Resilient Opacity of Vassanji's The In-Between World of Vikram Lall, 61
  • Philip WHYTE, The Treatment of Background in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day, 73
  • Suhasini VINCENT, Celluloid Dreams in Shashi Tharoor's Show Business, 83
  • Alice BRAUN, The Author at Work: Two Short Stories by Janet Frame, 93

Reviews

  • James GIBBS, Staging New Britain: Aspects of Black and South Asian British Theatre Practice. Ed. by Geoffrey V. Davis and Anne Fuchs, 105
  • Christine LORRE, Maoriland: New Zealand Literature, 1872-1914. By Jane Stafford and Mark Williams, 106
  • Suzanne BRAY, Religious Writings and War / Les discours religieux et la guerre. Ed. by Gilles Teulié, 108

 


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