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  Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2010

Table of Contents


Editor's Introduction: Transgressing the Borders of "America"

pp. 5-12

When the First World Becomes the Third: The Paradox of Collapsed Borders in Two Novels by Gabriela Alemán

pp. 13-34

Disabling La Frontera: Disability, Border Subjectivity, and Masculinity in "Big Jesse, Little Jesse" by Oscar Casares

pp. 35-52

Narrative Coyotes: Migration and Narrative Voice in Sandra Cisneros's Caramelo

pp. 53-75

Oscar "Zeta" Acosta's American Odyssey

pp. 77-97

The Making of an American: Counternarration in Louis Adamic's Laughing in the Jungle and Anzia Yezierska's Bread Givers

pp. 99-118

Writing from the Margins of the Margins: Michael Gold's Jews Without Money and Claude McKay's Home to Harlem

pp. 119-140

Recollecting, Repeating, and Walking Through: Immigration, Trauma, and Space in Mary Antin's The Promised Land

pp. 141-166

"The breath is alive / with the equal girth of words": Tino Villanueva in Interview

pp. 167-183


Writing the Future of Black America: Literature of the Hip-Hop Generation (review)

pp. 184-186

A Genealogy of Literary Multiculturalism (review)

pp. 187-189

Near Black: White-to-Black Passing in American Culture (review)

pp. 190-192

From Globalization to National Liberation: Essays of Three Decades (review)

pp. 193-195

Moving Encounters: Sympathy and the Indian Question in Antebellum Literature (review)

pp. 196-198



pp. 199-202

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