restricted access   Volume 38, Number 4, Winter 2007

Table of Contents

From: Research in African Literatures

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Ousmane Sembene: La lutte continue! A Personal Tribute

pp. 1-3

Ousmane Sembene: A Memorial Tribute

pp. 4-6


"You had a daughter, but I am becoming a woman": Sexuality, Feminism and Postcoloniality in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps

pp. 7-27

Gender, Unreliable Oral Narration, and the Untranslated Preface in Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o's Devil on the Cross

pp. 28-46

The Diviner's Task: Confinement and Transformation through Myth and Ritual in Gordimer's The Conservationist

pp. 47-60

Wole Soyinka's "Hamlet": The Rotten State of Denmark Revisited

pp. 61-69

Christopher Okigbo and the Postcolonial Market of Memories

pp. 70-86

The First Novel in Xhosa

pp. 87-110

The Nationalist Imagination in Remi Raji's Lovesong for My Wasteland

pp. 111-126

Transcultural Journeys in Mahjoub's Historical Novels

pp. 127-140

Into the Bush of Ghosts: Specters of the Slave Trade in West African Fiction

pp. 141-152

Peter Abrahams's Mine Boy : A Study of Colonial Diseases in South Africa

pp. 153-169

Coming to Terms with New Ageist Contamination: Cosmopolitanism in Ben Okri's The Famished Road

pp. 170-186

Ruins, Rumors and Traces of the City of Brass: Moroccan Modernity and Memories of the Arab Global City

pp. 187-203

Indigènes: A Sign of the Times

pp. 204-216

Review Essay

Mwongozo—the Study Guide to Swahili Literary Works: Its Role as a Component in Education in Kenya

pp. 217-226


Doug McCabe's Response to Esther de Bruijn's Essay

pp. 227-233

Book Reviews

Culture post-coloniale 1961–2006: Traces et mémoires coloniales en France (review)

pp. 234-236

L'iIllusion de l'altérité: études de littérature africaine (review)

pp. 236-237

Africa's Hidden Histories, Everyday Literacy and Making the Self (review)

pp. 238-239

Encontres méditerranéennes: littératures et cultures France-Maghreb (review)

pp. 239-240


Index to Volume 38

pp. 242-246