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38.1 (Autumn 2015): Commitment

Editor: Claire Omhovère
Guest editors: Mélanie Joseph-Vilain and Mathilde Rogez


  • Mélanie Joseph-Vilain and Mathilde Rogez, introduction, 5
  • Nigel H. Foxcroft, "The Spiritual Liberation of Music, Dance, and Ritual: Verbal- vs. Non-Verbal Communication in J. M. Coetzee's Foe", 11
  • Manon-Lili Morand, "Fiction and Freedom: Janet Frame's Commitment", 21
  • Julie Beluau, "'Revisiting the Literary Map': Three Anthologies of Indian Writing and Instances of Literary Commitment", 33
  • Kathie Birat, "'Through a Bending Light': Ben Okri's Poetic Commitment", 45
  • Fiona McCann, "Commitment and Poetic Justice: Irish Republican Women's Prison Writing", 57
  • David Bousquet, "Conscious Entertainment: Commitment in the Reggae Lyrics of Clinton Fearon and Protoje", 67
  • Pascal Zinck, "Dead End: The Failure of Multicultural Britain in Sunjeev Sahota's Ours Are the Streets (2011)", 69
  • Francesca Mussi, "Engaging with the South African Past: The TRC and How Theatre Performs Back", 91


  • Patricia Caillé, Postcolonial Film: History, Empire, Resistance, ed. by Rebecca Weaver-Hightower and Peter Hulme, 103
  • Mary Condé, Katherine Mansfield and Continental Europe: Connections and Influences, ed. by Janka Kascakova and Gerri Kimber, 107
  • Christine Lorre-Johnston, The Oxford Handbook of Postcolonial Studies, ed. by Graham Huggan, 109
  • Manon Boukhroufa Trijaud, Arun Kolaktar and Literary Modernism in India,  by Laetitia Zecchini, 111

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