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  Volume 45, Numbers 1-2, January-April 2014

Table of Contents

Subjectivity in a Globalizing World

Resisting Colonial Mastery: Becoming Animal, Becoming Ethical in The Impressionist

pp. 1-34
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Rites of Passage: Moving Hearts and Transforming Memories in Michael Ondaatje’s The Cat’s Table

pp. 35-57
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Pure Ethnicity in Hybridization: A Returnee’s Quest for Chineseness in “Love in a Fallen City”

pp. 59-77
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Crossing into the Cultural Other: A Dialogic Reading Strategy

pp. 79-102
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Articles

Sounding the Occupation: Joe Sacco’s Palestine and the Uses of Graphic Narrative for (Post)Colonial Critique

pp. 103-129
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China-Africa Relations, Political Conditions, and Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s Wizard of the Crow

pp. 131-165
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Social Non-Conformists in Forster’s Italy: Otherness and the Enlightened English Tourist

pp. 167-194
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Class and the Time of the Nation in Preeta Samarasan’s Evening Is the Whole Day

pp. 195-220
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Complex Collaborations: Elsa Joubert’s The Long Journey of Poppie Nongena and Zoë Wicomb’s David’s Story

pp. 221-245
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Perspectives

Signifying (Non)Linguistic and Subliminal Spirituality: Caryl Phillips’ Crossing the River

pp. 247-260
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Reviews

White Vanishing: Rethinking Australia’s Lost-in-the-Bush Myth by Elspeth Tilley (review)

pp. 261-263
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“Mouths on Fire with Songs”: Negotiating Multi-Ethnic Identities on the Contemporary North American Stage by Caroline De Wagter (review)

pp. 263-265
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The Memory Effect: The Remediation of Memory in Literature and Film eds. by Russell J. A. Kilbourn and Eleanor Ty (review)

pp. 266-268
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 269-271
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Research Areas

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