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32.1 (Autumn 2009): Essays and Trials



  • Marta DVORAK, Foreword, 2
  • Kerry-Jane WALLART, Introduction, 4
  • Kathie BIRAT, Hearing Voices in George Lamming's The Pleasures of Exile and Sam Selvon's The Lonely Londoners, 9
  • André DODEMAN, Reassessing Genres in Hugh MacLennan's "The Changed Functions of Fiction and Non-Fiction", 23
  • Marilyne BRUN, Brian Castro's Drift: An Essay on B.S. Johnson, 34
  • Richard SAMIN, J.M. Coetzee's Diary of a Bad Year: Between Essay Writing and Fiction, 45
  • Catherine PESSO-MIQUEL, Refracting the "India idea" through the Prism of English Rhetoric: The Essays of Amartya Sen and Salman Rushdie, 54
  • Cécile GIRARDIN, "Such Plotting! Such Symbolism!": Narratives of Power in V.S. Naipaul's Essays, 66
  • Suhasini VINCENT, Metaphors of Fine Arts in Amitav Gosh's Dancing in Cambodia, At Large in Burma, 77
  • Susan BARRETT, Representations of South Africa in the Novels and Essays of Olive Schreiner, 87
  • Mélanie JOSEPH-VILAIN, "First hand becomes second hand": André Brink's A Dry White Season, 98
  • Catherine ROVERA, The "seeds of madness" in Wide Sargasso Sea: The Novel and its Avatars, 110
  • Graham HUGGAN, Five Emus to the King of Siam. Ed. Helen Tiffin, 122
  • Jean ANDERSON, Performing Aotearoa: New Zealand Theatre and Drama in an Age of Transition. Ed. Marc Maufort and David O'Donnell, 124

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