1. Globalization and the Claims of Postcoloniality
  2. Simon Gikandi
  3. pp. 627-658
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  1. Cosmo-Theory
  2. Timothy Brennan
  3. pp. 659-691
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  1. Desiring Good(s) in the Face of Marginalized Subjects: South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission in a Global Context
  2. Rosemary Jane Jolly
  3. pp. 693-715
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  1. Out of Africa: Literary Globalization in the Winds of Change
  2. Paul Sharrad
  3. pp. 717-728
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  1. Technologies of the Self: Corporeal Affects of English
  2. Sneja Marina Gunew
  3. pp. 729-747
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  1. Decolonizing (the) English
  2. Peter Hitchcock
  3. pp. 749-771
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  1. Literature as Proleptic Globalization, or a Prehistory of the New Intellectual Property
  2. Caren Irr
  3. pp. 773-802
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  1. Who's Afraid of National Allegory? Jameson, Literary Criticism, Globalization
  2. Imre Szeman
  3. pp. 803-827
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  1. The Eidaesthetic Itinerary: Notes on the Geopolitical Movement of the Literary Absolute
  2. Nicholas Brown
  3. pp. 829-851
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  1. Introduction: The Globalization of Fiction/The Fiction of Globalization
  2. Susie O'Brien, Imre Szeman
  3. pp. 603-626
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 853-854
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