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  Volume 23, Number 4, Fall 2000

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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For Country

p. 1367
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The Nile

p. 1308
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Ending Here

p. 1309
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Shoes

p. 1201
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Cottontail: For Ben Webster

pp. 1319-1321
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Rabbit: For Johnny Hodges

pp. 1317-1318
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Things Ain't What They Use to Be: For Mercer Ellington

pp. 1322-1324
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Are You Langston Hughes?

p. 1193
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Rise

pp. 1368-1375
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Charlie Rouse Song

pp. 1191-1192
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Joe Henderson, Comma

pp. 1189-1190
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For Dubois in Germany

p. 1194
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Talisman

p. 1376
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A Folio of Writing from La Revue Indigène (1927-28): Translation and Commentary

pp. 1377-1380
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B Jenkins

p. 1181
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Bogard and Icon

pp. 1177-1178
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Eric Dolphy

p. 1180
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Fred Hopkins

p. 1182
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General Baker

p. 1179
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Hey Man

pp. 1325-1327
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Mnemonic

p. 1310
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Ellingtonia

pp. 1306-1307
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Letter Home

pp. 1174-1175
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Vignette

p. 1176
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MFA Meeting, Re: Poet-Hire

pp. 1202-1204
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Fiction

Brincadeira 1 [Just Kidding 1]

pp. 1315-1316
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Staying Between the Lines

pp. 1183-1188
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At the Café

pp. 1259-1272
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The Pit

pp. 1205-1226
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First Sumu

pp. 1330-1337
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Roots Woman

pp. 1311-1314
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Interviews

Conversation

pp. 1395-1409
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A Song to Pass On: An Interview with Thomas Glave

pp. 1227-1240
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Bailey's Café: From Novel to Play

pp. 1475-1496
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An Interview With Ahmadou Kourouma: (November 24, 1997)1

pp. 1338-1348
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An Interview with Gloria Naylor

pp. 1430-1439
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Nonfiction

Reflections, Riffs and Remembrances: The Black Queer Studies in the Millennium Conference (2000)

pp. 1285-1305
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In Memoriam: Dudley Felker Randall (1914-2000)

pp. 1170-1171
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Theory in Motion: A Review of the Black Queer Studies in the Millennium Conference

pp. 1-1277
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Introduction

pp. 1391-1394
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In Memoriam: Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000)

pp. 1163-1169
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Couldn't Find Them Anywhere": Thomas Glave's Whose Song? (Post)Modernist Literary Queerings, and the Trauma of Witnessing, Memory, and Testimony

pp. 1241-1258
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In Memoriam: Barbara Christian (1943-2000)

pp. 1172-1173
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False Gods and Black Goddesses in Naylor's Mama Day and Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God

pp. 1440-1448
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Myth, Fairy Tale, Epic, and Romance: Narrative as Re-Vision in Linden Hills

pp. 1410-1429
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March Marshal

pp. 1195-1200
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Kourouma's Monnè as Aesthetics of Lying

pp. 1349-1362
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Extending the Line: From Sula to Mama Day

pp. 1449-1463
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Bailey's Café as Sports Bar, or, Why Baseball Needs a Way Station

pp. 1464-1474
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Just as Quare as They Want to Be: A Review of the Black Queer Studies in the Millennium Conference

pp. 1278-1284
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Bibliography

Gloria Naylor: A Selected Bibliography

pp. 1497-1512
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Ahmadou Kourouma: A Bibliography

pp. 1363-1366
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Reviews

Sugar and Slavery in the West Indian Georgic

pp. 1513-1514
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Can Language Free Us From Subordination?

pp. 1514-1515
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Rethinking Cultural Politics and the Politics of Culture

pp. 1516-1519
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Contributors

pp. 1522-1526
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