1. In Praise of Silence
  2. John Edgar Wideman
  3. pp. 547-549
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  1. The Silence of Thelonious Monk
  2. John Edgar Wideman
  3. pp. 550-557
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  1. Weight
  2. John Edgar Wideman
  3. pp. 558-567
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  1. Opening of the Symposium in Tours
  2. Michel Fabre
  3. pp. 587-593
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  1. Mother Goose and Brother Loon: The Fairy Tale-in-the-Tale as Vehicle of Displacement
  2. Jacqueline Berben-Masi
  3. pp. 594-602
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  1. Philadelphia Fire, or the Shape of a City
  2. Jean-Pierre Richard
  3. pp. 603-613
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  1. Brother Figures: The Rift and Riff in John E. Wideman's Fiction
  2. Yves-Charles Grandjeat
  3. pp. 615-622
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  1. "Do Not Fall Asleep in Your Enemy's Dream:" John Edgar Wideman and the Predicaments of Prophecy
  2. Fritz Gysin
  3. pp. 623-628
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  1. "All Stories are True:" Prophecy, History and Story in The Cattle Killing
  2. Kathie Birat
  3. pp. 629-643
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  1. Of Balloons in John Wideman's Fiction
  2. Francoise Palleau-Papin
  3. pp. 645-655
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  1. From Slavers to Drunken Boats: A Thirty-Year Palimpsest in John Edgar Wideman's Fiction
  2. Jean-Pierre Richard
  3. pp. 656-664
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  1. "The Benefit of the Doubt:" Openness and Closure in Brothers and Keepers
  2. Michel Feith
  3. pp. 665-675
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  1. Prodigal and Prodigy: Fathers and Sons in Wideman's Work
  2. Jacqueline Berben-Masi
  3. pp. 677-684
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  1. "These Strange Dizzy Pauses:" Silence as Common Ground in J.E. Wideman's Texts
  2. Yves-Charles Grandjeat
  3. pp. 685-694
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  1. "Mask to Mask. The 'Real' Joke": Surfiction/Autofiction, or the Tale of the Purloined Watermelon
  2. Claudine Raynaud
  3. pp. 695-712
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  1. John Edgar Wideman's "Fever"
  2. Fritz Gysin
  3. pp. 715-726
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  1. The Negotiation of Remembrance in "Across the Wide Missouri"
  2. Tatiana Weets
  3. pp. 727-739
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  1. The Silent Man's Voice in "The Statue of Liberty"
  2. Claude Julien
  3. pp. 740-749
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  1. John Edgar Wideman: A Bibliography, Primary and Secondary Sources
  2. Jean-Pierre Richard
  3. pp. 750-757
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  1. Introduction
  2. Claude Julien
  3. pp. 537-546
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 759-761
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