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  Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 2008

Table of Contents

Fiction

Water

pp. 402-413
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Flame Lilies

pp. 436-442
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Prince Valiant Works the Black Seam

pp. 454-460
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Vita vya Uganda

pp. 470-476
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Back in the Day

pp. 363-369
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Poetry

Goodman's Bay II

p. 431
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To Hold a Meditation

p. 432
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One Night Stand

p. 430
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If Blues, Then

pp. 385-386
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Requiem

pp. 484-485
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Preying: The Mantis' Prayer

p. 387
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Red All Over

p. 388
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Cabo de Gata

p. 433
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Girl Cat Cape

p. 434
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honduras of Despair

p. 435
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Verga

p. 389
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from the September Quartet

p. 480
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The Olympiad

p. 477
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The Docks

pp. 478-479
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Crossing

pp. 427-428
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Letter to the Oaks

p. 429
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Svidrigailov's Dream

pp. 381-382
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Untitled

pp. 383-384
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Nonfiction Prose

Una Sinverguenza

pp. 390-392
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The Editor's Notes

pp. 482-483
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Awakening from the City's Dream State, Facing a Nightmare

pp. 503-505
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Interviews and Conversations

Singular Beast: A Conversation with Jamaica Kincaid

pp. 461-469
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Re-Imagining Diversity and Connection in the Chaos World: An Interview with Patrick Chamoiseau

pp. 443-453
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An Interview with Judge Michael G. Bagneris

pp. 506-520
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An Interview with Edward Dees

pp. 542-555
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An Interview with Mary Foster

pp. 486-495
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An Interview with John Guess

pp. 414-426
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Interview with Judge Calvin Johnson

pp. 521-529
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An Interview with Marshall Lee

pp. 530-541
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An Interview with Adam Nossiter

pp. 496-502
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An Interview with Andre Perry

pp. 556-563
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An Interview with Felipe Smith

pp. 564-580
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New Eclecticism: An Interview with Colson Whitehead

pp. 393-401
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Literacy and Cultural Criticism

Hybrid Italians, Diasporic Africans: Who's/Whose Meticcio?

pp. 600-608
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A Tinker's Damn: Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and The Signifying Monkey Twenty Years Later

pp. 370-380
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Re/Presenting Self & Other: Trans Deliverance in Caribbean Texts

pp. 581-599
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Book Reviews

Once You Go Black: Choice, Desire and the Black American Intellectual (review)

pp. 641-645
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Claude McKay, Code Name Sasha: Queer Black Marxism and the Harlem Renaissance (review)

pp. 617-621
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Nella Larsen's Passing: Authoritative Text Backgrounds and Contexts Criticism (review)

pp. 613-617
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Sucking Salt: Caribbean Women Writers, Migration, and Survival (review)

pp. 632-636
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The Talking Book: African Americans and the Bible (review)

pp. 636-640
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Black Masculinity and the U.S. South: From Uncle Tom to Gangster (review)

pp. 645-649
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W. E. B. Du Bois: American Prophet (review)

pp. 621-625
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Caribbean Women Writers and Globalization: Fictions of Independence (review)

pp. 628-632
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All This "Talk of Slavery"

pp. 609-613
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The Writings of Frank Marshall Davis: A Voice of the Black Press (review)

pp. 625-628
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 650-654
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