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  Volume 26, Number 3, Summer 2003

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Calls for Papers

pp. 932-934
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Poetry

Revelation

p. 707
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Strange Fruit

p. 708
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Grease

pp. 565-576
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Open

p. 691
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Grip

p. 692
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Like Father

p. 693
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Letter to Kermit from the Swamp

p. 694
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The Sublime

p. 593
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Wilderness

p. 594
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Tennis Match

p. 629
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Emmett, I Said Wait

pp. 630-634
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The Glass Eater

pp. 729-730
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The Chanteuse

pp. 580-581
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The Frame

pp. 582-583
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The Gamble

pp. 587-589
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The Game

pp. 585-586
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Speakeasy

pp. 577-579
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Stills

p. 584
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Fiction

Margie

pp. 622-628
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I Got Somebody in Staunton

pp. 595-606
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Clay, 1932

pp. 662-669
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Interview

The Last Regionalist? An Interview with Ernest J. Gaines

pp. 549-564
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What Saves Us: An Interview with Wanda Coleman

pp. 635-661
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Reasoning with Professor Robert A. Hill

pp. 695-706
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from The Storyteller's Art: A Literary Conversation

pp. 709-719
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Dub and Difference: A Conversation with Jean "Binta" Breeze

pp. 607-613
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Nonfiction

Trans-American Constructions of Black Masculinity: Dany Laferriere, le Negre, and the Late Capitalist American Racial machine-desirante

pp. 867-900
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Melodramas of Beset Black Manhood? Meditations on African-American Masculinity as Scholarly Topos and Social Menace: An Introduction

pp. 732-737
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Freudian Knot or Gordian Knot? The Contradictions of Racialized Masculinity in Chester Himes' If He Hollers Let Him Go

pp. 766-795
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Fire and Ink: Toward a Quest for Language, History, and a Moral Imagination

pp. 614-621
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from Stop Dat Moda: A Canvas of Colors or Elevating the Culture

pp. 720-728
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To Love and Be Loved: Considering Black Masculinity and the Misandric Impulse in Toni Morrison's Beloved

pp. 836-854
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Visuality and Black Masculinity in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and Romare Bearden's Photomontages

pp. 813-835
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Howard Arthur Tibbs, 1919-1986: A Tuskegee Airman's Story in Pictures

pp. 670-690
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W.E.B. Du Bois and the Dandy as Diasporic Race Man

pp. 738-765
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Monticello

pp. 590-592
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Flaying Dutchman: Masochism, Minstrelsy, and the Gender Politics of Amiri Baraka's Dutchman

pp. 796-812
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"Will the big boys finally love you": The Impossibility of Black Male Homoerotic Desire and the Taboo of Black Homosexual Solidarity in Thomas Glave's "Whose Song?"

pp. 855-866
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Reviews

Chewed Water (review)

pp. 917-920
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Returning the Gaze: A Genealogy of Black Film Criticism, 1909-1949 (review)

pp. 923-926
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Black Gay Man: Essays (review)

pp. 906-908
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Remembering Jim Crow: African Americans Tell About Life in the Segregated South (review)

pp. 901-906
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Gay Rebel of the Harlem Renaissance: Selections from the Work of Richard Bruce Nugent (review)

pp. 908-913
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At the Full and Change of the Moon (review)

pp. 913-917
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Impossible Witness: Truth, Abolitionism, and Slave Testimony (review)

pp. 920-923
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Contributors

pp. 927-931
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