restricted access   Volume 103, Number 1, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

From: The South Atlantic Quarterly

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Special Issue: a general issue including poetry, fiction, criticism, and photo-essays

A Poem

pp. 1-2


pp. 3-4

The Image World of Mao II

pp. 5-19

Mao II and the War on Terrorism

pp. 21-43

What Was That Unforgettable Line?: Remembrances from the Rubbleheap

pp. 45-55


pp. 57-60

Cuban Stories

pp. 61-79

Bauza-Gillespie-Latin/Jazz: Difference, Modernity, and the Black Caribbean

pp. 81-99


pp. 101-109

Steinbeck and the Great Depression

pp. 111-131

To Look : The Scene of the Seen in Edward Hopper

pp. 133-148


pp. 149-158

Writing As a Reader: The Deserted Village of Jay Parini

pp. 159-168

"Man to Man": Basketball, Movement, and the Practice of Masculinity

pp. 169-191

Ash Wednesday and the Land between Dying and Birth

pp. 193-214

Wankerdom: Trainspotting As a Rejection of the Postcolonial?

pp. 215-226

Ananomie of Criticism

pp. 227-233

Lorenzo's Chrism

pp. 235-263

Grave Love: A Story

pp. 265-270

Notes on Contributors

pp. 271-275