1. Postcolonial Studies at the Twenty-Five Year Mark
  2. Alfred J. López, Robert P. Marzec
  3. pp. 677-688
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  1. The Impossible Closing: Death, Neoliberalism, and the Postcolonial in Bolaño’s 2666.
  2. Grant Farred
  3. pp. 689-708
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  1. Orientalism Matters
  2. Ali Behdad
  3. pp. 709-728
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  1. Is There an Arab (Yet) in This Field?: Postcolonialism, Comparative Literature, and the Middle Eastern Horizon of Said’s Discourse Analysis
  2. Hosam Aboul-Ela
  3. pp. 729-750
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  1. Is the “Post” in “Postsecular” the “Post” in “Postcolonial”?
  2. Graham Huggan
  3. pp. 751-768
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  1. The Colonizing Impulse of Postcolonial Theory
  2. John C. Hawley
  3. pp. 769-787
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  1. Influence and Intertextuality in Arundhati Roy and Harper Lee
  2. Tracy Lemaster
  3. pp. 788-814
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  1. Who is Christophine?: The Good Black Servant and the Contradictions of (Racial) Liberalism
  2. Shakti Jaising
  3. pp. 815-836
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 837-838
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