restricted access   Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2003

Table of Contents

From: Research in African Literatures

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African Literature, African Literatures: Cultural Practice or Art Practice?

pp. 1-10

The Truth Commission and Postapartheid Literature in South Africa

pp. 11-30

Utendi wa Masahibu: A Parable of Truth and Justice

pp. 31-43

Colonial Violence and Psychological Defenses in Ferdinand Oyono's Une vie de boy

pp. 44-57

The Ghost of Leopold II: The Belgian Royal Museum of Central Africa and Its Dusty Colonialist Exhibition

pp. 58-84

The Poetry of Charles Mungoshi

pp. 85-95

Principles of Traditional African Art in Yoruba Thorn Wood Carvings: Conversations with Titi Adepitan

pp. 96-125

Rene Maran on Lucie Cousturier, a Champion of Racial Understanding

pp. 126-136

Review Essays

Of Human Bondage and Literary Triumphs: Hannah Crafts and the Morphology of the Slave Narrative

pp. 137-150

Derek Walcott and the Centering of the Caribbean Subject

pp. 151-159

Representation and Misrepresentation in Postcolonial Literature and Theory

pp. 159-173

Anthropology at the Limits: A Genealogical Re-Appraisal of Colonialism in the Time of Contemporary Globalization

pp. 173-186

Book Reviews

La trilogie caribeenne de Daniel Maximin (review)

pp. 187-188

Free-Lancers and Literary Biography in South Africa (review)

pp. 188-189

Modernism, Nationalism, and the Novel (review)

pp. 189-190

Black British Culture and Society: A Text Reader (review)

pp. 191-192

Rituals of Fertility and the Sacrifice of Desire: Nazarite Women's Performance in South Africa (review)

pp. 192-198

Black African Literature in English, 1992-1996 (review)

pp. 198-199