Volume 22, Number 1, Winter 1999

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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In Memoriam: Margaret Walker Alexander (1915-1998)

pp. v-vii
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Unmasking the "Gods of Poetry": Race and the Academy of American Poets

pp. ix-xix
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Errata

p. 1999
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Poetry

Miss Rosie

p. 86
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In Those Days

p. 87
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Ten Oxherding Pictures

pp. 47-50
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Alabama 9/15/63

p. 51
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Photograph: The Lynching

p. 52
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Signs

p. 53
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Study the Masters

p. 54
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The Times

p. 55
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Dawn Revisited

p. 24
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Goldsboro Narratives

pp. 107-109
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Resolution

p. 88
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Africa Verde

p. 89
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Granada Notebook #5

p. 90
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Grandmother Poems

pp. 15-17
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Saturday Night Fish Fry

p. 112
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Bangs & Whimpers

p. 113
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Just For a Thrill

pp. 114-115
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Spell

p. 25
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Dot Head

p. 26
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Hair

pp. 27-28
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Yellow Feather

pp. 110-111
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Afrocuba

pp. 73-74
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Stanton Hall

p. 75
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Remedy

pp. 84-85
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Letter to Jaipur, 1989

pp. 82-83
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Apple Compote

pp. 29-30
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Senora Mamacita

pp. 31-33
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The First Morning

pp. 34-35
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Homesick for Heaven

pp. 1-7
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I Am Not Proud To Be Black

pp. 8-14
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Fiction

F/V: Placing the Experimental Novel

pp. 18-23
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The Devolution of Nuclear Associability

pp. 116-120
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Love Story in Two Parts

pp. 91-98
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American Cheese

pp. 36-43
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Aaron: A Novel-in-Progress

pp. 76-81
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Nonfiction

The Missionary Gene in the Kenyan Polity: Representations of Contemporary Kenya in the British Media

pp. 223-239
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Re-(W)righting Black Male Subjectivity: The Communal Poetics of Ernest Gaines's A Gathering of Old Men

pp. 195-207
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Letters to E. Ethelbert Miller

pp. 99-106
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Hybridity, Identity and Cultural Commerce in Claude McKay's Banana Bottom

pp. 176-194
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Vodou Imagery, African American Tradition and Cultural Transformation in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God

pp. 157-175
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Limbo: Diaspora Temporality and its Reflection in Praisesong for the Widow and Daughters of the Dust

pp. 208-222
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The Long Strut: Song of Solomon and the Emancipatory Limits of Black Patriarchy

pp. 121-133
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Kitchen Testimony: Ex-Slaves' Narratives in New Company

pp. 141-156
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Coloring Outside the Lines: An Essay at Definition

pp. 134-140
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An Interview with Lucille Clifton

pp. 56-72
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Reviews

Autobiographical desire

pp. 240-243
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Currents in African Literature

pp. 243-245
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Currents in African Literature

pp. 245-246
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What is African?

pp. 247-249
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Conflicting origins: memory in the invention of Guadeloupean genealogy

pp. 249-252
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Black Literature, Desire, and the Psychoanalytic Model

pp. 253-254
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Contributors

pp. 255-258
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