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31.2 (Spring 2009): South Asian Fiction / Anita Desai



  • Marta DVORAK, Foreword, 2
Contemporary South Asian Writing: An Overview
  • Shyamala A. NARAYAN, Recent Trends in Indian English Fiction, 5
  • Muneeza SHAMSIE, Covert Operations in Contemporary Pakistani Fiction, 15
  • Bharati HARISHANKAR, Sundara Ramaswamy's "About Dalit Literature": Text and Context, 26
Place and Displacement
  • John THIEME, "Out of Place"? The Poetics of Space in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide and Michael Ondaatje's Anil's Ghost, 32
  • Vassilena PARASHKEVOVA, "Falling off" the Urban Map: Cartographic Divisions and Travel in Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh, 44
  • Sneharika ROY, The White Tiger: The Beggar's Booker, 57
  • Maria-Sabina ALEXANDRU, Performative Symbols and Structures in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things, 68
  • Sabine LAURET, The Archaeological Narrative in Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines, 78
  • Cynthia CAREY, "Dismantling the Colonial Dream" in Leonard Woolf's Autobiography, 88
Anita Desai
  • Marta DVORAK, The Politics of Language and the Poetics of Creolization in Anita Desai's In Custody, 95
  • Claire OMHOVÈRE, Incorporating Otherness: Food Imagery in Anita Desai's In Custody, 107
  • Colette SELLES, Anita Desai's In Custody and the English Legacy, 116
  • Christian GUTLEBEN, Generic Displacement: Difference and Repetition in Anita Desai's Campus Novel, 124
  • Christine LORRE, Anita Desai's Bestiary, or How In Custody Responds to The Panchatantra, 133
  • Suhasini VINCENT, A Descent Down the Ladder of Time in Anita Desai's The Zigzag Way, 143


  • Corinne ALEXANDRE-GARNER, Pied Piper of Lovers by Lawrence Durrell. Ed. & introduced by James Gifford, 153
  • Laetitia ZECCHINI, And the World Changed: Contemporary Stories by Pakistani Women. Ed. Muneeza Shamsie, 154
  • Catherine LANONE, The Faces of Carnival in Anita Desai's In Custody. By Marta Dvorak, 156


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