Volume 36, Number 4, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Édouard Gissant

Poetry

X

p. 850
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XI

p. 851
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XII

p. 852
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Acclamation

p. 854
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Black Salt

p. 848
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The First Day

p. 849
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High Noon

p. 853
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Nonfiction

Philosophy, Poetics, Politics

pp. 841-847
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Memories of Reading Les Indes for the First Time

pp. 865-868
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In Praise of the Different and of Difference

pp. 856-862
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Articles

Taking Glissant’s Philosophy into Social Sciences?: A Discussion of the Place of Aesthetics in Critical Development Discourse

pp. 995-1013
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The Living and the Poetic Intention: Glissant’s Biopolitics of Literature

pp. 916-931
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“Focal Point of the Caribbean”: Haiti in the Work of Édouard Glissant

pp. 949-967
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Crossroads Poetics: Glissant and Ethnography

pp. 968-982
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The Slave’s Jouissance

pp. 891-901
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Édouard Glissant’s Graves

pp. 1014-1032
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“Poetics of Landscape”: Édouard Glissant’s Creolized Ecologies

pp. 983-994
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Édouard Glissant’s Creolized World Vision: From Resistance and Relation to Opacité

pp. 875-890
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Early Glissant: From the Destitution of the Political to Antillean Ultra-Leftism

pp. 932-948
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Édouard Glissant’s Legacy: Transmitting without Universals?

pp. 869-874
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Glissant’s Philosophie de la Relation: “I have spoken the chaos of writing in the ardor of the poem”

pp. 902-915
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Edouard Glissant: A Bibliography

pp. 863-864
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Contributors

pp. 1033-1035
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Author and Title Index to Callaloo Volume 36: (Whole Numbers 134–137)

pp. 1039-1046
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