restricted access   Number 20 (Volume 10, Number 2), June 2006

Table of Contents

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The Operations of the Closet and the Discourse of Unspeakable Contents in Black Fauns and My Brother

pp. 1-18

Authority and the Occasion for Speaking in the Caribbean Literary Field: Martin Carter and George Lamming

pp. 19-39

“Join, Interchangeable Phantoms”: From Metaphor to Metonymy in Walcott's Omeros

pp. 40-60

Two Healing Narratives: Suffering, Reintegration, and the Struggle of Language

pp. 61-79

Caribbean Tabula Rasa: Textual Touristing as Carnival in Contemporary Caribbean Women's Writing

pp. 80-96

“To be Liberated from the Obscurity of Themselves”: An Interview with Rex Nettleford

pp. 97-246


Kutiya Geometries

pp. 247-255


From “The Museum of Love”

pp. 256-260

Book Discussion

African American Manhood in the Making of Caribbean (Inter)Nationalism

pp. 261-268

At Sea: The Caribbean in Black Empire

pp. 269-275

At the Borders Between: A Reply to Critics

pp. 276-286



pp. 287-289