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40.2 (Spring 2018) : Confluence/Reconstruction

Editor: Christine Lorre-Johnston



Claire Omhovère, Confluence. Introduction,  5

Marie Herbillon, "Remapping Australia: Murray Bail's New Topographies of the Self in the Notebooks", 9

Adrian Grafe, "Type, Personalisation and Depersonalisation in J. M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians", 23

Alice Michel, "Convergence and Divergence in Ada Cambridge's A Woman's Friendship", 33

Sara Arami, "Encounter, Clash, and Confluence: Mohja Kahf's The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf", 43

Cédric Courtois, "'In this Country, the Very Air We Breathe Is Politics': Helen Habila and the Flowing Together of Politics and Poetics", 55

Sandrine Soukaï, "The Hybridity of Partition Novels in English: Reshaping National Identities in Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines and Kamila Shamsie's Burnt Shadows", 69


Salhia Ben Messahel, and Katie Birat, Reconstruction. Introduction, 81

Pascal Zinck, "In Romesh Gunesekera's Ghost Country", 85

Jaine Chemmachery, "'Bricks Are Undoubtedly an Essential Ingredient of Civilisation': Layers of Reconstruction in J. G. Farrell's  The Siege of Krishnapur (1973)", 97

Anne-Sophie Letessier, "'Isn't the Place Only Ruins and Vacancies Now': Reconstructions in Jane Urquhart's A Map of Glass" (2005),  109

Cédric Courtois, '"Thou Shalt not Lie with Mankind as with Womankind: It is Abomination!: Lesbian (Body-)Bildung in Chinelo Okparanta's Under the Udala Trees (2015), 119

Myriam Moïse, "'Ain't I a Woman?' Grace Nichols and M. NourbeSe Philip Re-Membering and Healing the Black Female Body", 135


Reviewed by Charlotte Sturgess, Ten Canadian Writers in Context. Edited by Marie Carrière, Curtis Gillespie and Jason Purcell, 149

Reviewed by Christine Lorre-Johnston, Thinking Literature Across Continents. By Ranjan Gosh and J. Hillis Miller, 151

Reviewed by Fiona McCann, Decolonizing Sexualities. Transnational Perspectives, Critical Interventions, Edited by Sandeep Bakshi,Suhraiya Jivraj, and Silvia Posocco, 153

Reviewed by Claire Omhovère, Postocolonial Literary Geographies: Out of Place. By John Thieme, 155

Contributors, 157

mise à jour le 21 octobre 2019