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Volume 39, Number 3, Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Articles and Interviews

Editor’s Introduction: Thick Historical and Cultural Contexts for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literary Texts

pp. 1-7

Dictating a Zafa: The Power of Narrative Form in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

pp. 8-30

Generous Exclusion: Register and Readership in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

pp. 31-48

Ghosts of Camptown

pp. 49-67

American Rules and Chinese Faces: The Games of Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club

pp. 68-88

Fact, Fiction, and History in Philip Roth’s “Eli, the Fanatic”

pp. 89-111

James Baldwin and the Great Divide: Adapting “Equal in Paris” for Golden Age Television

pp. 112-134

Hypervisible Man: Techno-Performativity and Televisual Blackness in Percival Everett’s I Am Not Sidney Poitier

pp. 135-154

“Distorting Overlaps”: Identity as Palimpsest in Bitter in the Mouth

pp. 155-177

Globalization and Change in India: The Rise of an “Indian Dream” in Miss New India: An Interview with Bharati Mukherjee

pp. 178-194


Accessible Citizenships: Disability, Nation, and the Cultural Politics of Greater Mexico by Julie Avril Minich (review)

pp. 195-197

Race, Romance, and Rebellion: Literatures of the Americas in the Nineteenth Century by Colleen C. O’Brien (review)

pp. 198-201

Disturbers of the Peace: Representations of Madness in Anglophone Caribbean Literature by Kelly Baker Josephs (review)

pp. 202-204

Beyond The Chinese Connection: Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production by Crystal S. Anderson (review)

pp. 205-206

Transcending Blackness: From the New Millennium Mulatta to the Exceptional Multiracial by Ralina L. Joseph (review)

pp. 207-209


pp. 210-212

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