restricted access   Volume 25, Number 2, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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Errata

p. v
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Bob Kaufman, November 11, 1985

p. 671
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Special Section

Introduction: The Chinua Achebe Special Section

pp. 497-501
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Poetry

What's Not Given

p. 453
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The Abandoned Name (Killian's Story)

pp. 365-366
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The Blind Girls (Elio's Story)

pp. 360-361
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Liberators (Killian's Story)

pp. 362-364
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The Christ Child Speaks to St. Anthony

p. 417
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Joseph's Dream

p. 416
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My American Blue Jeans

p. 403
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Don't Be Cruel

p. 402
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Rose Lassi

p. 404
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Serendipity

p. 401
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From A Gram of &S Bowling

p. 439
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Evening

p. 437
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From A Gram of &S Example

p. 440
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From A Gram of &S Stupor

p. 438
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Urban Renewal iv

p. 406
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Urban Renewal viii

p. 405
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The Wife of Lot After the Fire

pp. 358-359
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The Wife of Lot Before the Fire

p. 355
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The Wife of Lot Has a Premonition of Her Death

p. 356
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The Wife of Lot Witnesses Her Husband Offering Their Two Daughters to Sodom's Crowd

p. 357
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Boxing Day

p. 445
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Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabachthani: Vol. XX: (after Frank Horne and LeRoi Jones)

p. 446
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Remembering Lot's Wife

p. 444
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Aerogram Punjab

p. 443
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One Week in the Village

p. 442
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William's Visit

p. 441
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Fiction

With Myth and Fire

pp. 407-415
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Bernie and Me

pp. 367-380
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Pine Hill

pp. 426-436
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Drama

pp. 454-493
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Interviews

The Epic Imagination: A Conversation with Chinua Achebe at Annandale-on-Hudson, October 31, 1998

pp. 505-526
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Beryl Gilroy's "Fact-Fiction"-Through the Lens of the "Quiet Old Lady"

pp. 381-400
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"Building Bridges Back to the Past": An Interview with Fred D'Aguiar

pp. 418-425
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An Interview with Fernando Conceição

pp. 613-619
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An Interview with Danzy Senna

pp. 447-452
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Television Transcripts

The Diane Rehm Show May 21, 1999, 11 A.M. - 12 Noon: A Discussion of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart

pp. 597-611
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Nonfiction Prose

The Day I Finally Met Baldwin

pp. 502-504
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There Goes the Transnational Neighborhood: Calypso Buys a Bungalow

pp. 620-638
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Selection and Validation of Oral Materials for Children's Literature: Artistic Resources in Chinua Achebe's Fiction for Children

pp. 584-596
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Borderline Modernism: Paul Robeson and the Femme Fatale

pp. 639-653
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Re-creating Ayida-wèdo: Feminizing the Serpent in Lilas Desquiron's Les Chemins de Loco-Miroir

pp. 654-670
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Poetry as Therapy: Reflections on Achebe's Christmas in Biafra and Other Poems

pp. 527-558
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Oratory and Social Responsibility: Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God

pp. 567-583
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Igbo Metaphysics in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart

pp. 559-566
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Photography

Chinelo, Nwando, and Chinua Achebe, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, 1992

p. 1
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Chinua Achebe

p. 1
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Reviews

Conjugal Union: The Body, the House, and the Black American (review)

pp. 672-674
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Race in Cyberspace (review)

pp. 675-679
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pp. 679-685
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Giant Steps: The New Generation of African American Writers (review)

pp. 685-687
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A Healing Romance For the Plague Years

pp. 687-693
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Muscular Music (review)

pp. 693-694
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Domestic Work (review)

pp. 695-697
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Using the Master's Tools: Resistance and the Literature of the African and South Asian Diasporas (review)

pp. 697-701
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Recontextualization, A Caribbean Legacy

pp. 701-704
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The Complexion of Race: Categories of Difference in Eighteenth-Century British Culture (review)

pp. 705-707
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Contributors

pp. 710-713
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