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CONTRIBUTORS KANISHKA GOONEWARDENA Assistant Professor, Programin Planning, Department of Geography, UniversityofToronto DIANA BRYDON Robert and Ruth Lumsden Professor ofEnglish, University ofWestern Ontario Christina Stead (1987); coauthor, DecolonisingFictions (1993); Writing on Trial: Timothy Findley's 'Famous Last Words' (1995); Timothy Findley (1998); editor, Postcolonialism (2ooo); coeditor, Shakespearein Canada (2002) BALACHANDRA RAJAN Senior Professor Emeritus, Department ofEnglish, University ofWestern Ontario Paradise Lostand the Seventeenth-Century Reader (1947); W.B. Yeats: A Critical Introduction (1965); The Lofty Rhyme: A Study ofMilton'sMajor Poetry (1970); The Overwhelming Question: A Study ofthePoetry ofT.S. Eliot (1976); The Form ofthe Unfinished: English Poeticsfrom Spenser to Pound (1985); Under Western Eyes: Indiafrom Milton toMacaulay (1999) CHELVAKANAGANAYAKAM Professor, Departmentof English, University ofToronto Structures ofNegation: The Writings ofZulfikarChose (1993); South Asian Writers and Their Worlds (1995); DarkAntonymsand Paradise: The Poetry of Rienzi Crusz (1997); editor, Lutesongand Lament: Tamil Writingfrom Sri Lanka (2001); Counterrealism and Indo-Anglian Fiction (2002) MARKWILLIAMS Associate Professor, DepartmentofEnglish, University ofCanterbury With G.J. Berendse, Terror and Text: Representing Political Violence in Literatureand the Visual Arts (2002); Postcolonial Literatures in English: Southeast Asia, New Zealandand the Pacific (1996); Patrick White (1993); Leaving the Highway: Six Contemporary New Zealand Novelists (1990) ATOQUAYSON Director, Centre for African Studies, Cambridge University Postcolonialism: Theory, Practice orProcess? (2ooo); Calibrations: Readingfor the Social (2003) NEIL TENKORTENAAR Associate Professor, Department of English, University ofToronto Self, Nation, Text in Salman Rushdie's 'Midnight's Children' (2004) J. EDWARDCHAMBERLIN Professor, DepartmentofEnglish and Comparative Literature, University ofToronto Come Back to Me My Language: Poetryand the West Indies (1993); IfThis Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories? Finding Common Ground (2003) LINDA HUTCHEON University Professor, University ofToronto Narcissistic Narrative (1980);Formalismand theFreudian Aesthetic (1984); A Theory ofParody (1985); Poetics ofPostmodernism (1988); Politics ofPostmodernism (1989); The Canadian Postmodern (1988); Splitting Images (1992); Irony's Edge (1994); with Michael Hutcheon, Opera: Desire, Disease, Death (1996), Bodily Charm: Living Opera (2ooo), Opera: The Art ofDying (forthcoming 2004) ...


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