September and December 1995, Volume 22, Number 3 and 4

Table of Contents

Articles

"Hauntings by Otherness": Theory's Home, Post-Colonial Displacements, and the Future of Comparative Literature
SNEJA GUNEW
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399-407
Post-Colonialities: The "Other," the System, and a Personal Perspective, or, This (Too) Is Comparative Literature
STEVEN TÖTÖSY de ZEPETNEK
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399-407
Re-Reading the Function of Language Variance in Post-Colonial Literary Theory
GRANT STIRLING
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411-429
The Posts of Coloniality
DJELAL KADIR
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431-442
Towards the Greening of Literary Studies
SYLVIA BOWERBANK
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443-454
Is This Your Book? Wrapping Postcolonial Fiction for the Global Market
WENDY WARING
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455-465
Literary Histories and Ontologies of Nation
JOSEPH PUGLIESE
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467-486
Le Moi et l'A/autre: Subjectivité divisée et unité culturelle
MARTINE DELVAUX
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487-500
Post-Colonial Allegory and the Empire of Rape
MONIQUE Y. TSCHOFEN
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501-515
Text, Metatext and History: A Congolese Perspective
BETTY O'GRADY
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519-525
Wanted Women, Woman's Wants: The Colonial Harem and Post-Colonial Discourse
GREGORY K. BETTS
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527-555
The Canon and the Curriculum: The Teaching of English Literature in the Post Colonial Context
SIVAMOHAN SUMATHY
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557-567
African Literatures and Postcolonialism: Projections into the Twenty-First Century
ABDUL-RASHEED NA'ALLAH
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569-585
A Traveller in Skirts: Quest and Conquest in the Travel Narratives of Isabella Bird
EVELYN BACH
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587-600
The Logics of Discovery: Border/Body Disputes
JULIA EMBERLEY
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603-621
Towards an Ethnic Style
E.D. BLODGETT
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623-638
The Moon Is No Center: Pavese's Anguilla As Paradigm of Italian-American Emigrants
J. WADE KELSON
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639-645
Samuel Hearne, Matonabbee, and the "Esquimaux Girl": Cultural Subjects, Cultural Objects
KEITH HARRISON
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647-657
The Beaver as Native and a Colonist
GORDON SAYRE
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659-682
What Use Is Ethnicity to Native Peoples?
MARGERY FEE
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683-691
Visages de la francophonie: Du Politique, du littéraire, du sociologique
F. ELIZABETH DAHAB
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693-705
Re-Inventing Franklin
SHERRILL E. GRACE
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707-725
Guadalupana Syncretism and Postcolonial Literature in Mexico
MARÍA ELENA DE VALDÉS
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729-744
On Latin Americanism and the Postcolonial Turn
ROMÁN DE LA CAMPA
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745-771
A Literature for Export
RENATA R. MAUTNER WASSERMAN
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773-786
L'identité féminine et l'espace clos dans le roman caribéen: L'Oeuvre de Simone et André Schwartz-Bart et de Beryl Gilroy
KATHLEEN GYSSELS
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787-801
Postmodern Literature and the Cultural Identity of Central and Eastern Europe
HALINA JANASZEK-IVANICKOVÁ
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805-811
Between Resistance and Affirmatino: Christa Wolf and German Unification
CLAUDIA MAYER-ISWANDY
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813-835
Poetics or Politics: Contemporary Polish Literature
PIOTR FAST , MARIAN KISIEL
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837-844
Making Both Ends Meet, or, Czech Literature after Novemeber 1989
MARTIN PILAR
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845-851
Post-Totalitarian Tendencies in Bulgarian Literature
ROUMIANA DELTCHEVA
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853-865
Romanian Literature and the Publishing Industry since 1989: Asymmetries between History and Rhetoric
ION BOGDAN LEFTER
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867-879
Hungarian Postmodernity and Postcoloniality: The Epistemology of a Literature
BEATRICE TÖTTÖSSY
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881-891
Postcolonial Literatures: A Selected Bibliography of Theory and Criticism
STEVEN TÖTÖSY de ZEPETNEK , SNEJA GUNEW
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893-915
Index of Names: 22.3-4 (September/December 1995)
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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917-923
In Memoriam E.J.H. Greene
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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925-925
Index of Volume 22 (1995)
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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928-932