restricted access   Volume 51, Number 4, Winter 2005

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Introduction: Paris, Capital of the Black Atlantic

pp. 731-740
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I. Afro-Modernism

Cultural Artifacts and the Narrative of History: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Exhibiting of Culture at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle

pp. 741-774
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"The Only Real White Democracy" and the Language of Liberation: The Great War, France, and African American Culture in the 1920s

pp. 775-800
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Writing Home: Comparative Black Modernism and Form in Jean Toomer and Aime Cesaire

pp. 801-823
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Embodied Fictions, Melancholy Migrations: Josephine Baker's Cinematic Celebrity

pp. 824-845
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II. Postwar Paris and the Politics of Literature

Assuming the Position: Fugitivity and Futurity in the Work of Chester Himes

pp. 846-872
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Entering the Politics of the Outside: Richard Wright's Critique of Marxism and Existentialism

pp. 873-895
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Richard Wright's "Island of Hallucination" and the "Gibson Affair"

pp. 896-920
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III. From Negritude to Migritude

Rene, Louis, and Leopold: Senghorian Negritude as a Black Humanism

pp. 921-935
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Nos Ancetres, les Diallobes : Cheikh Hamidou Kane's Ambiguous Adventure and the Paradoxes of Islamic Negritude

pp. 936-957
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Redefining Paris: Trans-Modernity and Francophone African Migritude Fiction

pp. 958-975
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Afterword: Europhilia, Francophilia, Negrophilia in the Making of the Modernism

pp. 976-978
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 979-980
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