restricted access   Volume 25, Number 4, Fall 2002

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 25 (Whole Numbers 90-93)

pp. 1293-1303
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Poetry

Poems Written in Soviet Uzbekistan, 1932-33: From the 1934 Uzbek Translation of S.[anjar] Siddiq Prepared in English by Kevin Young, from the notes of Muhabbat Bakaeva

pp. 1-1113
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Cante Jondo

pp. 1138-1139
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Langston Hughes

pp. 1136-1137
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Carry 't To the Captain

p. 1024
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Chromatic Sequences

pp. 1028-1033
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Empty Sky

pp. 1036-1037
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Road Ikon

p. 1022
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Sequoia Sempervirens

pp. 1034-1035
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Simple As One Two

pp. 1025-1026
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Someone Reaching Through a Window

p. 1023
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Song to Anubis

p. 1021
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Stand-In Invocation

p. 1027
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Fiction

Night Talkers

pp. 1007-1020
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Marie-Ange's Ginen

pp. 1075-1082
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From The Prince

pp. 1083-1093
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Interviews

Lucille Clifton and Sonia Sanchez: A conversation

pp. 1038-1074
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Nonfiction Prose

"Been Shapin Words T Fit M Soul": Cane, Language, and Social Change

pp. 1238-1249
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The Poetics of Conjecture: Countee Cullen's Subversive Exemplarity

pp. 1250-1271
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Introduction

pp. 1-4
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Listening to What the Ear Demands: Langston Hughes and His Critics

pp. 1-1175
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Langston Hughes + Poetry = The Blues

pp. 1140-1143
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Modernism in the Black Diaspora: Langston Hughes and the Broken Cubes of Picasso

pp. 1188-1205
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Colored Dispatches From The Uzbek Border: Langston Hughes' Relevance, 1933-2002

pp. 1-1135
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Natural and Unnatural Circumstances In Langston Hughes' Not Without Laughter

pp. 1-1187
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"Don't Say Goodbye to the Porkpie Hat": Langston Hughes, the Left, and the Black Arts Movement

pp. 1-14
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Africa/America: Fragmentation and Diaspora in the Work of Langston Hughes

pp. 1-1223
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Reviews

The Current Dialogue on Whiteness Studies

pp. 1272-1285
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Blind Memory: Visual Representations of Slavery 1780-1865 (review)

pp. 1278-1281
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Raising the Dead: Readings of Death and (Black) Subjectivity (review)

pp. 1281-1285
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Contributors

pp. 1286-1288
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