1. Postcolonialism Now: Autonomy, Cosmopolitanism, and Diaspora
  2. Diana Brydon
  3. pp. 691-706
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  1. Imperialism and the Other End of History
  2. Balachandra Rajan
  3. pp. 707-724
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  1. Pedagogy and Postcolonial Literature; or, Do We Need a Centre for Postcolonial Studies?
  2. Chelva Kanaganayakam
  3. pp. 725-738
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  1. On the Discriminations of Postcolonialism in Australia and New Zealand
  2. Mark Williams
  3. pp. 739-753
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  1. Symbolization Compulsion: Testing a Psychoanalytical Category on Postcolonial African Literature
  2. Ato Quayson
  3. pp. 754-772
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  1. Becoming African and the Death of Ikemefuna
  2. Neil Ten Kortenaar
  3. pp. 773-794
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  1. Reading and Listening to Postcolonial Literature
  2. J. Edward Chamberlin
  3. pp. 795-804
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  1. In Memory of Edward W. Said (1935–2003)
  2. Linda Hutcheon
  3. pp. 805-806
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. i-ii
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