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30.2 (Spring 2008): Open-topic issue


  • Marta DVORAK, Foreword, 4
  • Pramod K. NAYAR, The Postcolonial Picturesque: The Poetry of Northeast India, 5
  • Thierry DUBOST, Soyinka's The Strong Breed as a Tragedy of Hope, 22
  • Daria TUNCA, 'Nigeria is Bus is Stage': The Bus as Metaphor in Contemporary Nigerian Literature, 35
  • Laura WRIGHT, 'Shout it Out. Nobody's Listening': (Re)Membering Postcolonial Ireland in Brian Friel's Translations, 49
  • Irene VISSER, Exclusion and Revolt in Witi Ihimaera's Whale Rider, 63
  • Danel OLSON, Smiling with Blood on the Tongue: Acceptable Sacrifices and the Annihilating Feminine in Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine, 74
  • Baydallaye KANE, Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics in Chinua Achebe's Traditional World, 85
  • Kasimi DJIMAN, The Intellectual at the Crossroads: An Analysis of Ayi Kwei Armah's Fragments, 94
  • Delphine MUNOS, The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri: The Accident of Inheritance, 106
  • Jean-Pierre DURIX, The Labyrinth of Universality: Wilson Harris's Visionary Art of Fiction. By Hena Maes-Jelinek, 118
  • Bénédicte LEDENT, Writing Home: Black Writing in Britain Since the War. By David Ellis, 120
  • Judith MISRAHI-BARAK, Re-Membering the Black Atlantic: On the Poetics and Politics of Literary Memory. By Lars Eckstein, 121
  • Chantal ZABUS, Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels. By Cheryl Stobie, 126



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