restricted access   Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 1988

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Contributors

Contributors

p. 2
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Preface

Preface

pp. 3-4
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Articles

The Role of Water Imagery in Uncle Tom's Children

pp. 5-16
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The Politics of Style in Three Stories by James Alan McPherson

pp. 17-26
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Artists and the Art of Living: Order and Disorder in Toni Morrison's Fiction

pp. 27-44
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The Structure of the Modern Nigerian Novel and the National Consciousness

pp. 45-54
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Reading the Body: Alice Walker's Meridian and the Archeology of Self

pp. 55-68
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Celie in the Looking Glass: The Desire for Selfhood in The Color Purple

pp. 69-84
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Twentieth-Century Women Writers from the English-Speaking Caribbean

pp. 85-96
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Performance, History, and Myth: The Problem of Ishmael Reed's Mumbo-Jumbo

pp. 97-109
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The Gods Must Be Angry: Flight to Canada as Political History

pp. 111-123
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Recent Books

Recent Books on Modern Black Fiction: An Essay-Review

pp. 125-135
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Index

Announcement

p. 136
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