1. Reconsidering South African Indian Fiction Postapartheid
  2. Ronit Frenkel
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  1. International Geographics: Looking Out in Ishtiyaq Shukri’s The Silent Minaret
  2. Pallavi Rastogi
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  1. Approaching Asia through the Figure of the Slave in Rayda Jacob’s The Slave Book
  2. Maria Olaussen
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  1. South African Indian Fiction: Transformations in Ahmed Essop’s Political Ethos
  2. Jaspal K. Singh
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  1. Diasporic Memories and National Histories in East African Asian Writing
  2. Peter Simatei
  3. pp. 56-67
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  1. “Eat pig and become a beast”: Food, Drink and Diaspora in East African Indian Writing
  2. Dan Ojwang
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  1. Impossible Burdens: East African Asian Women’s Memoirs
  2. Felicity Hand
  3. pp. 100-116
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  1. Beyond Auto/Biography: Power, Politics, and Gender in Kenyan Asian Women’s Writings
  2. Godwin Siundu
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  1. Translating between India and Tanzania: Sophia Mustafa’s Partial Cosmopolitanism
  2. Tina Steiner
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  1. Commerce as Romance: Nanji Kalidas Mehta’s Dream Half-Expressed
  2. Gaurav Desai
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  1. The Politics of Love and History: Asian Women and African Men in East African Literature
  2. Stephanie Jones
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  1. “Ambiguity is the driving force or the nuclear reaction behind my creativity”: An E-conversation with M. G. Vassanji
  2. Gaurav Desai
  3. pp. 187-197
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  1. Asian African Literatures: Genealogies in the Making
  2. Gaurav Desai
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