: MARCH 2011 (38.1) TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL ISSUE
Discourses on Trans/National Identity in Caribbean Literature
Guest Editor: Jacqueline Couti

Dreaming the Other, Dreaming the Self: Construction and Reconstruction of Trans/National Identity in Caribbean Literature
Jacqueline Couti 5

From Sacrifice to Solidarity: The Truth Politics of Haitian Literature
Nick Nesbitt 14

L’espace/temps de l’origine: Reflets identitaires dans les récits d’enfance de Confiant, Chamoiseau (Martinique), Laferrière et Ollivier (Haïti)
Isabelle Choquet 25

Bridging the Middle Passage: The Textual (R)evolution of Césaire’s Cahier d’un retour au pays natal
Alex Gil 40

Créolité Nineteenth Century Style: Lafcadio Hearn’s Vision
Valerie Loichot 57

La Martinique de Lafcadio Hearn: Un Lieu de Mémoire Paradoxal
James Arnold 70

Sugar’s Sequels: Inventing Traditions in the Plantation Saga Novels of Martinique and Brazil
Danielle Carlotti-Smith 80

Heroes, Monsters, Freedom and Bondage: Inclusion, Exclusion and Autonomy in Une tempête, Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea
Paula K. Sato 94

“One Elegy from Aruac to Sioux”: The Absent Presence of Indigeneity in Derek Walcott’s Poetry and Drama
Sarah Phillips Casteel 106

Politiques culturelles des sexes: Érotisme féminin et nationalisme chez Rafael Luis Sánchez, Raphaël Confiant, et Patrick Chamoiseau
Jacqueline Couti 119