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Number 32 (Volume 14, Number 2), June 2010

Table of Contents

Preface: Facing the Literary

pp. vii-viii


Dreams, Delirium, and Decolonization in Derek Walcott’s Dream on Monkey Mountain

pp. 1-16

Circuits of Political Prophecy: Martin Luther King Jr., Peter Tosh, and the Black Radical Imaginary

pp. 17-41

Through the Eyes of Hollywood: Reading Representations of Jamaicans in American Cinema

pp. 42-55

The Public Sphere and Jamaican Anticolonial Politics: Public Opinion, Focus, and the Place of the Literary

pp. 56-82

Riffing on Omeros: The Relevance of Isaac Julien to Cultural Politics in the Caribbean

pp. 83-96

Accessories/Accessaries; or, What’s in Your Closet?

pp. 97-110

Literary Competition Winners 2009

Curves of the Land

pp. 111-117

Praises from a Dark Mouth

pp. 118-129

Short Fiction

The Color of Green Lizards

pp. 130-139

Dancing with a Ball of Light

pp. 140-144

Visual Projects

The Dimming

pp. 145-149

Hybrid Navigator

pp. 150-159

Book Discussion: Lorna Goodison, From Harvey River: A Memoir of My Mother and Her Island

The Last Stitch: A Praise Song for My Mother Who Mothered Me

pp. 160-167

Sewing Up Questions of Cultural Identity: Lorna Goodison’s From Harvey River

pp. 168-178

Reporting Back to Queen Isabella, Donette Francis, and Sandra Pouchet Paquet

pp. 179-183



pp. 184-186