Volume 48, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents

SPECIAL SECTION: RELIGION, SECULARITY, AND AFRICAN WRITING

Jeanne-Marie Jackson and Nathan Suhr-Sytsma, Guest Editors

Introduction: Religion, Secularity, and African Writing

pp. VII-XVI

ESSAYS

Technicians of the Secular: Yoruba Poets and their Nigeria Publics

pp. 1-21

The "Horror" of African Spirituality

pp. 22-36

Teleology and Secular Time in Armah and Ngũgĩ: Augustine, Manicheanism, and the African Novel

pp. 37-52

To Venerate Ruins or Remains: Incarnations Sufi and Secular in a Modern Egyptian Novella

pp. 53-75

Contesting Teleology as Literary Interpretation

pp. 76-88

Interview with Elnathan John

pp. 89-93

GENERAL ESSAYS

Goans, Oceans, and Intersections: Alter-Histories and Alternate Presents in Mia Couto's O outro pé da sereia

pp. 94-111

Celebrating the Absent Father in José Eduardo Agualusa's My Father's Wives

pp. 112-128

Rewriting the SLTRC: Masculinities, the Arts of Forgetting, and Intimate Space in Delia Jarrett-Macauley's Moses, Citizen and Me and Aminatta Forna's The Memory of Love

pp. 129-151

Visions of Civil War and Genocide in Fiction from Rwanda

pp. 152-165

Hubert Ogunde's Strike and Hunger and the 1945 General Strike in Lagos: Labor and Reciprocity in the Kingdom of Ọba Yéjídé

pp. 166-184

Love and Diamonds at a Risk: Sara Lidman in Postcolonial Kenya

pp. 185-199

BOOK REVIEWS

Essays in Honour of Wole Soyinka at 80 ed. by Ivor Agyeman-Duah And Ogochukwu Promise (review)

pp. 200-201

South African Literature's Russian Soul: Narrative Forms of Global Isolation by Jeanne-Marie Jackson (review)

pp. 202-203

Announcements

p. 204