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  Volume 27, Number 3, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

From: Callaloo

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"Vodou. .. The Soul of the People": an excerpt from Jacques Stephen Alexis's The Musician Trees

pp. 621-628
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Amnesty

pp. 597-615
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A Stiffer Breeze

pp. 616-620
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Poetry

after oz

p. 649
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Weather Report

p. 667
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The Torturer Explains

p. 658
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Bryan, Texas Procession

pp. 659-661
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Michael Collins

pp. 662-663
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The Pronoun-Vowel Reparation Song

pp. 654-656
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The Night Tito Trinidad KO'ed Hacine Cherifi

p. 668
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Premonition of June

p. 664
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Listening to See

p. 665
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Salt

p. 666
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Saint Dolores

p. 669
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What You Deserve in This World

p. 670
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Rope

p. 650
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Red Ball Express

p. 651
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"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"

p. 652
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afterglow

p. 653
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Apologies to My Hair: A Black Woman's Sonnet

p. 657
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The Cure

pp. 646-647
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The Way Back

pp. 647-648
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Personal Essays

Whose Caribbean?*: An Allegory, in Part

pp. 671-681
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Interviews

A Poet of Place: An Interview with M. NourbeSe Philip

pp. 682-697
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Reader, I Married Him: An Interview with Alison Mills

pp. 698-714
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Cinema of the Oppressed: An Interview with Francisco Newman

pp. 715-733
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The Identity Repairman: from A Conversation with Thomas Sayers Ellis, Editor of Quotes Community: Notes for Black Poets

pp. 629-630
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An Interview with Barbara Earl Thomas

pp. 736-749
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Visual Arts

In My Father's House There Are Many Roomers, and: The Fire Carrier, and: Last Book, Last Fire, and: Passing Secrets, and: Night Crawlers and Earth Worms, and: Man Cleans Fish

pp. 751-754
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Nonfiction

An Excerpt from Quotes Community: Notes for Black Poets

pp. 631-645
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Remaking Identity, Unmaking Nation: Historical Recovery and the Reconstruction of Community in In the Time of the Butterflies and The Farming of Bones

pp. 788-807
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Resistance, Reappropriation, and Reconciliation: The Blues and Flying Africans in Gayl Jones's Song for Anninho

pp. 755-767
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Is This Resistance? African American Postmodernism in Sarah Phillips

pp. 808-828
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'Voicing the Text': The Making of an Oral Poetics in Olive Senior's Short Fiction

pp. 829-843
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Was Your Mama Mulatto? Notes Toward a Theory of Racialized Sexuality in Gayl Jones's Corregidora and Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust

pp. 768-787
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 844-846
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