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34.2 (Spring 2012): Reappraisals

Editor: Claire Omhovère



  • Claire Omhovère, Foreword, 5
  • Sule Emmanuel Egya, "Contemporary Nigerian Female Poets: Toyin Adewale and Unoma Azuah", 7
  • Ogaga Oyukade, "How does Violence Mean? Understanding Nigerian Civil War Poetry", 19
  • Khadidiatou Diallo, "Disclosing the Hidden: The Narration of Thoughts in Bessie Head's Maru", 31
  • Eric S. Njeng, "Archetypes of the Artist in Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle" and Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart", 43
  • Madeleine Laurencin, "A Polychromatic Approach to the Rainbow Nation Today: Bitter Fruit by Achmat Danghor, 'Nietverloren' and Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee", 51
  • Mélanie Joseph-Vilain, "'Something Hungry and Wild is Still Calling': Post-Apartheid Gothic", 61
  • Cindy Gabrielle, "'A Heart to Speak of': Authorial Sacrifice in Janet Frame's 'Jan Godfrey' and Other Texts", 71
  • Mélanie Heydari-Malayeri, "'Bastardizing' The Conference of the Birds in Salman Rushdie's Grimus", 81
  • Erik Martiny, "'All that Romantic Taxidermy': Derek Walcott's Caribbean Bestiary", 91


  • Travis V. Mason, Postcolonial Ecocriticism: Literature, Animals, Environment, by Graham Huggan and Helen Tiffin, 105
  • Richard Samin, Transnationalism in Southern African Literature: Modernists, Realists, and the Inequality of Print Culture, by Stefan Helgesson, 107
  • Alexis Tadié, The Indian Postcolonial:A Critical Reader, ed. Elleke Boehmer and Rosinka Chaudhuri, 109

Jean-Pierre Durix, Remembering Jean Sévry, 111

mise à jour le 27 février 2013

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