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  Volume 38, Number 4, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

General Issue


Cry No More For Me, Palestine—Mahmoud Darwish

pp. 1-43

Heroic Identity in the Dilessi Affair, Aris Velouhiotis, and Alexander: A Reading of Angelopoulos's Megalexandros

pp. 44-56

James Joyce's Magdalenes

pp. 57-75

Nabokov's Nomadic Humor: Lolita

pp. 76-97

Representing "Other" Diasporas in Recent Global Canadian Fiction

pp. 98-114

H.D. and the Victorian Spectres of White Rose and the Red

pp. 115-133

Going Wendigo: The Emergence of the Iconic Monster in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake and Antonia Bird's Ravenous

pp. 134-155

Tibetan Buddhism in Don DeLillo's Novels: The Street, The Word and The Soul

pp. 156-180

Event and Writing: Michael Ondaatje's Ethics of Peaceful Co-existence in Divisadero

pp. 181-201

Aestheticizing Animal Cruelty

pp. 202-217

Book Reviews

Critiquing Postmodernism in Congemporary Discourses of Race (review)

pp. 219-223

Research Areas


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