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40.1 (Autumn 2017) : Caryl Phillips

Editor: Christine Lorre-Johnston

Guest editor: Kathie Birat

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                                                         Caryl Phillips

Katherine Birat, introduction, 5

Bénédicte Ledent, "Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and the Chorus of Archival Memory", 11
 
Nick Bentley, "Narratives of Trauma and Loss in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and A Distant Shore", 21

Martha Fratczak, "History as Now: Allegorical (Re)visions of the Slave Experience in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River", (1993), 33

Anne Garrait-Bourrier, "The Destruction and Impossible Reconstruction of Family Links in Crossing the River" by Caryl Phillips, 45

Josiane Ranguin, "Silence Louder than Any Noise": Caryl Phillips's Crossing the River and Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave", 59

Claude Julien, "A Small Place in Between: Caryl Phillips's A State of Independence, 71
 
Giula Mascoli, "The River That Does Not Know Its Own Source Will Dry Up: Caryl Phillips's Musicalized Fiction", 81

Giovanna Buonnano, "Exploring Literary Voices in The Last Child", 95

Alessia Polatti, "Racial Genealogies and Intertextuality in Contemporary Britain: Caryl Phillips's The Last Child", 105

Eva Ulrike Pirker, "Affected Men: Agency, Masculinity and the Race Episteme in Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark and Foreigners", 117

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Rodolph Solbiac, "From Landscape to Territory in Carribean Canadian Literature: Repairing Caribbeanness and Denied Canadianness", 135

Florence Labaune-Demeule, ""The Sea Is Slavery." "The Sea Is History." "Maybe the Sea Is Endless." The Sea as a Confluence of Horror and Memory in Fred D'Aguiar's Feeding the Ghosts, 147

                                                             Reviews 

Reviewed by Bénédicte Ledent, Traversée d'une oeuvre: Crossing the River de Caryl Phillips. Edited by Vanessa Guignery and Christian Gutleben, 159

Reviewed by Helen Goethals, Counter-Blasting Canada: Marshall McLuhan, Wyndham Lewis, Wilfred Watson and Sheila Watson. Edited by Gregory Betts, Paul Hjartarson, and Kristine Smitka, 161

Reviewed by Emma Bird, From New National to World Literature: Essays and Reviews. By Bruce King, 163

Reviewed by Claire Gallien, Britain Through Muslim Eyes. Literary Representations, 1780-1988. By Claire Chambers, 165

mise à jour le 7 septembre 2018


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