restricted access   Volume 22, Number 2, Spring 1999

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Life in Post-Socratic Biology

pp. 381-382
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Oblique Sensorial Savagery

pp. 376-377
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On the Forming Substance of Orishas

pp. 386-388
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Provision for the Higher Ozone Body

pp. 383-385
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The Telepathic Carnivore

pp. 378-380
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Improvisation #2: Charlie Parker Dies for Our Sins

p. 465
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Geole [Jail]

pp. 363-365
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Mains Libres...[Hands Free...]

pp. 355-362
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Trame [Web]

p. 366
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A Ride to the Wedding

pp. 338-339
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Late December at the Brook; I Breathe a Molecule of James Wright's Last Breath

p. 437
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Boy Scouting

p. 342
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Pomegranate Lips

pp. 340-341
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Amazing Grace

p. 428
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Frank

pp. 336-337
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Losing Cuba

p. 446
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Prayer to my Husband's Father

p. 448
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To Hold You

p. 447
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For Rashaan Roland Kirk

pp. 333-334
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James Newton/Douglas Ewart

p. 335
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Moth

p. 449
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Seafarer

p. 450
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A Christmas Carol

p. 430
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Michelangelo Homeboy, Blue

p. 429
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Paris: after Celan

p. 465
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Sailing

p. 463
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Somewhere Else

p. 462
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In Heaven's Alley

p. 451
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Picture Box

p. 452
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Diplomacy

p. 280
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Lustre

p. 281
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Go to Bed Anyway

p. 282
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Nowhere Near Albequerque

p. 383
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Songs Without Shadows

p. 284
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Fiction

from Silent Screams: Chapter I: A Walk in the Park

pp. 453-465
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Killing Moons

pp. 431-436
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The Ward

pp. 273-277
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Smarting Recollections: A Polish Christmas

pp. 466-476
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Interviews

The Message is in the Melody: An Interview with Dudley Randall

pp. 438-445
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Hauling Up Gold From the Abyss: An Interview with Will Alexander

pp. 391-408
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An Interview with Lorenzo Thomas

pp. 287-305
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A Reader in the Room: Rose-Myriam Rejouis Meets Patrick Chamoiseau

pp. 346-350
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Nonfiction

Standing at the Crossroads

pp. 343-345
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A Gallery Coexistent with Inspiration

pp. 374-375
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My Interior Vita

pp. 371-373
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On the Liberation of Angels

pp. 389-390
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Dead Men Printed: Tupac Shakur, Biggie Small, and Hip-Hop Eulogy

pp. 306-332
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The Road to Psychic Unity: The Politics of Gender in Claude McKay's Banana Bottom

pp. 499-508
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Rereading Literary Legacy: New Considerations of the 19th-Century African-American Reader and Writer

pp. 477-482
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"A Collective Force of Burning Ink": Will Alexander's Asia & Haiti

pp. 417-426
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Will Alexander's "Transmundane Specific"

pp. 409-416
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To Be Continued: Double Identity, Multiplicity and Antigenealogy as Narrative Strategies in Pauline Hopkins' Magazine Fiction

pp. 483-498
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A Note on Rene Belance

pp. 351-354
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Mister Mystagogue: to Will Alexander

p. 427
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Omeros, Derek Walcott and the Contemporary Epic Poem

pp. 509-528
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Contributors

pp. 529-532
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