restricted access   Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 1989

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Contributors

Contributors

p. 2
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Preface

Preface

pp. 3-8
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I. Reclaiming the Terrain

The Margin at the Center: On Testimonio (Testimonial Narrative)

pp. 11-28
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Narrative in Prison: Stories from the Palestinian Intifada

pp. 29-46
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Colonial Resistance and Contemporary Angolan Narrative: A Vida Verdadeira De Domingos Xavier and Vidas Novas

pp. 47-54
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Requiems for Revolutions: Race-Sex Archetypes in Two African Novels

pp. 55-68
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II. The Third World in Europe

Writing in the Shit: Beckett, Nationalism, and the Colonial Subject

pp. 69-85
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Resistance and Identity in Beur Narratives

pp. 87-102
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Anticipatory Fiction: Bread and Wine and Liberation Theology

pp. 103-117
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III. The Problems of Critical Practice

The Rising of the Bones

pp. 119-135
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Figures of Colonial Resistance

pp. 137-155
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Decolonizing Culture: Toward a Theory for Postcolonial Women's Texts

pp. 157-179
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Resistance Literature, and: The Writer Written: The Artist and Creation in the New Literatures in English (review)

pp. 181-186
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 187-188
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