restricted access   Volume 44, Number 1, Spring 1998

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Contested Spaces in the Caribbean and the Americas

Introduction: Contested Spaces in the Caribbean and the Americas

pp. 1-9
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Articles

Colonial Domination and the Subordination of the Indigenous Woman in Bolivia

pp. 10-23
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The Economy of Performance: Gomez-Pena's New World Border

pp. 24-35
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Spirit Glyphs: Reimagining Art and Artist in the Work of Chicana Tlamatinime

pp. 36-76
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Comparative Diasporas: The Local and the Mobile in Abraham Cahan and Alberto Gerchunoff

pp. 77-122
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Translations of Gender, Pain and Space: Wilson Harris's The Carnival Trilogy

pp. 123-143
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"I Suck Coarse Salt": Caribbean Women Writers in Canada and the Politics of Transcendence

pp. 144-163
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Gender and Exile: Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy

pp. 164-183
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The Angel of History's Forged Signature: The Ruins of Memory and the Task of Mourning in a Brazilian Postdictatorial Novel

pp. 184-214
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Infiernos Imaginarios : Puerto Rican Marginality in Abniel Marat's Dios en el Playgirl de noviembre and Eugenio Maria de Hostos's La Peregrinacion de Bayoan

pp. 215-239
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Tenderness: A Mediator of Identity and Gender Construction in Politics

pp. 240-249
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Contributors

pp. 250-252
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