restricted access   Volume 20, Number 1, Winter 1997

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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from Phallos!

pp. 142-175
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Spert (for Maureen)

pp. 212-225
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from Des Reves et des Assassins

pp. 20-27
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Poetry

from A Roda do Mundo [The Wheel of the World]

pp. 97-101
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from Caxinguele [Squirrel]

pp. 102-105
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At Wintergreen: A Retreat for African-American Writers

p. 193
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For Sharan Strange, After a Reading

p. 194
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The Northernmost Road

pp. 176-178
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Oxum of Chimayo

p. 202
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Directionology

pp. 203-204
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The Infelicitous Traffic

pp. 205-207
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Nocturne: Oneiros: A Haitian Train

pp. 208-209
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Rune Mere

pp. 210-211
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Bennelong's Blues

p. 35
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Heroes of Waterloo

p. 30
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Red Dust

p. 34
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A Story

p. 32
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Strands

p. 33
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The Tally

pp. 28-29
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The Trapper's Bride

p. 31
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from Regresso Triunfal de Cruz e Sousa [Triumphal Return of Cruz e Sousa]

pp. 89-92
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from Orixas [Orishas]

pp. 93-96
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Non-Fiction Prose

Black Men in the Mix: Badboys, Heroes, Sequins, and Dennis Rodman

pp. 106-126
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"Bullers" and "Battymen": Contesting Homophobia in Black Popular Culture and Contemporary Caribbean Literature

pp. 127-141
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Introduction: Writing The Black Notebooks

pp. 195-201
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"The Yellow Rose of Texas": A Different Cultural View

pp. 8-19
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Family Functions: Disciplinary Discources and (De)Constructions of the "Family" in The Sport of the Gods

pp. 226-242
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In History

pp. 1-7
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Hyde Park

pp. 36-46
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Reinventing a Sacred Past in Contemporary Afro-Brazilian Poetry: An Introduction

pp. 69-82
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Solomon Northup and the Sly Philosophy of the Slave Pen

pp. 243-259
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Interviews

An Interview with Octavia E. Butler

pp. 47-66
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An Interview with Gloria Naylor

pp. 179-192
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Contributors

pp. 260-262
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