Vol 30, No 3 (2004)

Table of Contents

Readers' Forum

Determination, Determinations, and Dissemination
Len Findlay
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1-3
Remapping Writing: Indigenous Writing and Cultural Conflict in Brazil
Lynn Mario Trinidade Menezes de Souza
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4-16
Framing “Always Indigenize” beyond the Settler-Colony: “Indigenizing” in India
Paulomi Chakraborty
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17-28
“Indigenize” as Concept and Practice: A Post-NAFTA North-South Mexico Example
Rosemary Hennessy
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29-38

Articles

Trickster Ethics, Richler and King Fiddling
David Heinimann
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39-56
Salvaging Sound at Last Sight: Marius Barbeau and the Anthropological “Rescue” of Nass River Indians
Pauline Wakeham
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57-88
Genre and Gender: Autobiography and Self-Representation in The Diviners
Brenda Beckman-Long
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89-110
Quotation and Self-Fashioning in Margaret Paston’s Household Letters
Valerie Creelman
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111-128
“The crow on the crematorium chimney”: Germany, Summer 1945
John Xiros Cooper
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129-144
Exchanging Ghosts: Haunting, History, and Communism in Native Son
George C. Grinnell
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145-174

Review Articles

Re/Joycean Mistakes, Misprisions, and Modernist Contexts
Suzette Henke
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175-188

Book Reviews

G. Glen Wickens. Thomas Hardy, Monism, and the Carnival Tradition: The One and the Many in The Dynasts.
Jo Devereux
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189-192
Brad Bucknell. Literary Modernism and Musical Aesthetics: Pater, Pound, Joyce, and Stein.
Brian Reed
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192-196
Roger Y. Clark. Stranger Gods: Salman Rushdie’s Other Worlds.
Neil ten Kortenaar
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196-199
Rowland Smith, ed. Postcolonizing the Commonwealth: Studies in Literature and Culture.
Arun Mukherjee
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199-204
Anthony J. Hall. The American Empire and the Fourth World: The Bowl with One Spoon.
Diana Brydon
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204-207
Joseph Bristow, ed. Wilde Writings: Contextual Conditions.
Sarika P. Bose
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208-212
Maureen Moynagh, ed. Nancy Cunard: Essays on Race and Empire.
Holly McSpadden
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212-215
John Galvin, ed. Dickens on Screen.
Goldie Morgentaler
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215-218
Anne Lancashire. London Civic Theatre: City Drama and Pageantry from Roman Times to 1558.
Jennifer Wise
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218-222