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33.1 (Autumn 2010): Horizons


  • Marta DVORAK, Foreword, 5
  • Claire OMHOVÈRE, Introduction, 7
  • Kerry-Jane WALLART, Lines and Circles: Geometrical Horizons in David Dabydeen's Turner, 11
  • Myriam MOÏSE, Grasping the Ungraspable in M. Nourbese Philip's Poetry, 23
  • Anne LE GUELLEC, Subversion of the Colonial Linear Perspective in Kim Scott's Benang, 35
  • Pascal ZINCK, Eyeless in Guantanamo: Vanishing Horizons in Kamila Shamsie's Burnt Shadows, 45
  • Fiona McCANN, Broadening and Narrowing Horizons in Zoë Wicomb's The One That Got Away, 55
  • Claire OMHOVÈRE, Beyond Horizon: Miriam Toews's A Complicated Kindness and the Prairie Novel Tradition, 67
  • Elsa SACKSICK, The Horizon in The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy: A Poetics of Lines, 81
  • Anne-Sophie LETESSIER, Circumscribing the Horizon in Jane Urquhart's The Underpainter, 93
  • Myriam BELLEHIGUE, Eeveryday Horizons in Amit Chaudhuri's A Strange and Sublime Address, 105


  • Elleke BOEHMER, Afrindian Fictions: Diaspora, Race and National Desire in South Africa. By Pallavi Rastogi, 117
  • Geoffrey V. DAVIS, J.M. Coetzee and the Idea of the Public Intellectual. Ed. Jane Poyner, 119
  • Christiane FIOUPOU, Postcolonial Identity in Wole Soyinka. By Mpalive-Hangson Msiska, 121

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