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36.2 (Spring 2014): Inside/Out

Editor: Claire Omhovère
Guest editors: Madeleine Laurencin and Sneharika Roy



  • Madeleine Laurencin and Sneharika Roy, introduction, 5
  • Sam Coombes, "Black Postcolonial Communities in a Globalised World as Articulated in the Work of Paul Gilroy and Edouard Glissant: A Comparative Analysis", 11
  • Elena Furlanetto, "'Safe Spaces of the Like-Minded': The Search for a Hybrid Post-Ottoman Identity in Elif Shafak's The Bastard of Istanbul", 19
  • Jennifer Randal, "Jostling with Borders: Anita Rau Badami's Can You Hear the Nightbird Call?", 33
  • Ahmed Mulla, "Accomodating the Other or the Self? The Illusions of Hospitality in Jhumpa Lahiri's 'Hema and Kaushik'", 41
  • Nabil Baazizi, "V. S. Naipaul: The (Hi)Story of a Pro-Western-Very-Eastern Storyteller", 51
  • Myriam Moïse, "African Caribbean Women Writers in Canada: (Un)Disciplining Bodies and Tongues, and Performing Cultural Schizophrenia", 61
  • Jennifer Rideout, "Toward a New Nigerian Womanhood: Woman as Nation in Half of a Yellow Sun", 71
  • Mélanie Heydari-Malayeri, "'Almost the Same, but not quite': Masks and Mimicry in Vikram Seth's An Equal Music", 83
  • Jan Cronin, "'What is't that ails young Harry Gill?' Containers, Contents, and Composition in Janet Frame's In the Memorial Room", 93
  • Christine Lorre-Johnston, "Alice Munro's Who Do You Think You Are? as Cultural Moment: Colonial Culture Turned Inside Out", 103


  • Marilyne Brun, White Vanishing: Rethinking Australia's Lost-in-the-Busk Myth, by Elspeth Tilley, 113
  • Claire Davison-Pegon, The Collected Fiction of Katherine Mansfield, ed. by Gerri Kimber and Vincent O'Sullivan, 115
  • Libe Garcia Zarranz, Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts: Narratives of English Canada, ed. by Eva Darias-Beautell, 119
  • Lindsey Moore, Disorientation: Muslim Identity in Contemporary Anglophone Literature, by Esra Mirze Santesso, 123

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