Volume 35, Number 2, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Poetry

Andante Tenemarente

p. 321
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Billie in Frankfurt

pp. 319-320
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Magnificat

p. 322
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May Your Days Go by in Beauty & Wonder

p. 323
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Casual Omen

p. 367
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Narrative (For Wurlitzer)

p. 366
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Coon Songs Must Go! Coon Songs Go On . . .

pp. 317-318
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Fisk Jubilee Song of Sonnets

pp. 311-316
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The Procession

pp. 376-378
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Remarkable Dust

pp. 346-347
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Role Modeling (A Beginning and a Continuation)

pp. 344-345
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Snow Globe

pp. 341-342
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Ayin 3: Edge

pp. 324-326
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Ayin 4: Unspoke’s Requiem

pp. 327-329
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New Road Station

p. 343
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Follow-Up Question for the Bombardier

p. 365
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In a House on Fire—

p. 364
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Fiction

In the Old Days

pp. 355-363
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Creative Nonfiction

Jamaican, Octopus

pp. 368-375
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Drama

Emmett Till Goes Skip-Stopping on the CTA

pp. 392-406
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Interviews

Witnessing Contemporary Somalia from Abroad: An Interview with Nuruddin Farah

pp. 330-340
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An Interview with Adam Reta

pp. 348-354
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Visual Art

Portfolio of Woodturning: A Special Section

pp. 379-388
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As Ubiquitous As Wood Is around Us

pp. 389-391
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Articles

Pringle’s Pruning of Prince: The History of Mary Prince and the Question of Repetition

pp. 509-519
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Revising the Colonial Caribbean: “Three-Fingered Jack” and the Jamaican Pantomime

pp. 494-508
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The Voicing of Desire: The Quest for History in Heremakhonon and The Women of Tijucopapo

pp. 425-441
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Accounts Unpaid, Accounts Untold: M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong! and the Catalogue

pp. 407-424
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Liberating Blackness: The Theme of Whitening in Two Colombian Short Stories

pp. 475-493
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Of Male Exiles and Female Nations: “Sexual Errancy” in Haitian Immigrant Literature

pp. 442-458
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Poetic Negrism and the National Sentiment of Anti-West Indianism and Anti-Imperialism in Panamanian Literature

pp. 459-474
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Book Reviews

‘Til Death or Distance Do Us Part: Love and Marriage in African America (review)

pp. 558-561
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Orphan Narratives: The Postplantation Literature of Faulkner, Glissant, Morrison, and Saint-John Perse (review)

pp. 543-545
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Education, Assimilation and Identity: The Literary Journey of the French Caribbean (review)

pp. 546-548
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The Afro-Latin@ Reader: History and Culture in the United States (review)

pp. 548-551
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Conversations with Paule Marshall (review)

pp. 526-533
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Hip-Hop Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Rap (review)

pp. 553-555
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This is Not about Sadness (review)

pp. 522-524
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Dead Woman Pickney: A Memoir of Childhood in Jamaica (review)

pp. 524-526
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Divine Discontent: The Religious Imagination of W. E. B. Du Bois (review)

pp. 537-541
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Who Speaks for Margaret Garner? (review)

pp. 541-543
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NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith (review)

pp. 551-553
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Changing Bodies in the Fiction of Octavia Butler: Slaves, Aliens, and Vampires (review)

pp. 536-537
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Let the World Listen Right: The Mississippi Delta Hip-Hop Story (review)

pp. 555-558
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Caribbean Genesis: Jamaica Kincaid and the Writing of New Worlds (review)

pp. 533-535
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Life on Mars (review)

pp. 520-522
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Contributors

pp. 562-565
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