Volume 16, Number 1, 2004

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Manoa
Volume 16, Number 1, 2004
In the Shadow of Angkor
Feature Editor: Sharon May

CONTENTS

Editor's Note

pp. ix-xi
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Essays

The Diabolic Sweetness of Pol Pot

pp. 21-25
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In the Shadow of Angkor: A Search for Cambodian Literature

pp. 27-35
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from Journey into Light

pp. 65-72
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The Dinner Guests

pp. 103-107
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The Perpetrator, the Victim, and the Witness

pp. 137-153
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Ten Gems on a Thread

pp. 177-187
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Crossing the Killing Fields

pp. 201-207
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To Rule the Universe

p. 209
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Fiction

Communicate, They Say

pp. 1-7
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The Origin of the Kounlok Bird

pp. 36-40
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Sokha and Apopeal

pp. 41-47
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The Accused

pp. 55-59
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Ghouls, Ghosts, and Other Infernal Creatures

pp. 60-63
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I Hate the Word and the Letter t[Ta]

pp. 90-91
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Love on Cowback

pp. 92-97
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Workman

pp. 99-102
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A Mysterious Passenger

pp. 128-136
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Caged Bird Will Fly

pp. 155-167
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Interviews

Beyond Words: An Interview with Soth Polin

pp. 9-20
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Surviving the Peace: An Interview with Loung Ung

pp. 49-53
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Art of faCt: An Interview with praCh

pp. 73-82
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Words from the Fire: Three Cambodian Women Writers

pp. 169-175
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Ambassador of the Silent World: An Interview with U Sam Oeur

pp. 189-194
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Film Script

Bophana: A Cambodian Tragedy

pp. 108-126
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Poetry

Three Rap Lyrics from Dalama

pp. 83-89
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Four Poems

pp. 195-199
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Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 211-215
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Permission and Acknowledgments

Permissions and Acknowledgments

pp. 216-217
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Readings

Readings

pp. 218-219
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Images

Images