restricted access   Volume 33, Number 3, Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Poetry

Discipline

pp. 590-591
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Ai

Finnegan Awake

pp. 592-593
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Ai

Say It, Say It Any Way You Can

pp. 596-597
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The Venerable Fisherman Speaks Again of His Days

pp. 594-595
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Birthday Fish

p. 604
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Communion

pp. 605-606
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Disiz La Peste: An Interview

pp. 607-608
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The Clinamen Improvisations

pp. 598-603
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They Say the Santos Sang Through You

p. 780
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(Still Looking Forward To) Canto 121

pp. 790-791
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Air Show

p. 771
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Archeology: Four Poems

pp. 772-774
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As if all physical display…

p. 640
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Flight Record

pp. 647-648
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For all the questions…

p. 641
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Gauntlet

pp. 775-776
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Help answered with…

p. 642
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In the Desert

p. 770
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Lenas

pp. 777-778
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More than a few seconds…

p. 643
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The red spot on two mating cranes…

pp. 644-645
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Relative Time

p. 646
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A Slim Volume Taken into the Provinces

pp. 649-650
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Tablature

p. 779
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To See the Earth Before the End of the World

pp. 638-639
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Set Me Free

p. 610
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Sleep If You Can

p. 609
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Fiction

Wading

pp. 611-618
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Shahla's Daughter

pp. 792-806
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Nonfiction

Black Serial Poetics: An Introduction to Ed Roberson

pp. 621-637
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Ai: A Tribute and Remembrance

pp. 585-589
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Interviews

Excerpts from An Interview with Nathaniel Donnett

pp. 787-789
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The Threads that Connect Us: An Interview with Charles Johnson

pp. 807-819
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"Down Break Drum": An Interview with Ed Roberson (Part 1)

pp. 651-682
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"The Structure, Then the Music": An Interview with Ed Roberson

pp. 762-769
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"We are Not the Language": An Interview with Ed Roberson (Part 2)

pp. 748-761
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Visual Art

Visual Artist

pp. 781-786
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Articles

Carolina Shout: James P. Johnson and the Performance of Temporality

pp. 841-856
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The Impossible "Return to the Native Land": Exile, Loss of Memory, and Identity in José Pliya's Play Nous étions assis sur le rivage du monde…

pp. 874-886
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Sterling Brown and the Dialect of New Deal Optimism

pp. 820-840
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Metaphysical Shivers: Reading Ed Roberson

pp. 700-718
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The Empire Bites Back: Food Politics and the Making of a Nation in Andrea Levy's Works

pp. 857-873
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Face to Face with the Blues

pp. 719-727
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On the Nature of Ed Roberson's Poetics

pp. 728-747
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"The Umbilicate Ear": Audition in Ed Roberson's Lucid Interval as Integral Music

pp. 683-699
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Book Reviews

Signs of Dissent: Maryse Condé and Postcolonial Criticism (review)

pp. 889-891
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The Hammers of Creation: Folk Culture in Modern African-American Fiction (review)

pp. 897-899
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Activist Sentiments: Reading Black Women in the Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 899-902
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Toni Morrison's Beloved: Origins (review)

pp. 892-894
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Soucouyant: A Novel of Forgetting (review)

pp. 887-889
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Jazz and Twelve O'Clock Tales (review)

pp. 894-896
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Exhibiting Slavery: The Caribbean Postmodern Novel as Museum (review)

pp. 902-905
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The Heritage Series of Black Poetry, 1962–1975: A Research Compendium (review)

pp. 905-907
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 908-914
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