1. Vernacular Soliloquy, Theatrical Gesture, and Embodied Consciousness in The Marrow of Tradition
  2. Nicholas T Rinehart
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  1. The Unchurched Preacher and the Circulated Sermon: Literary Preaching in Toni Morrison's Beloved
  2. Matthew Smalley
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  1. Plotting Colonial Independence: Intra-Asian Conflict in the Novels of Richard Kim
  2. William Nessly
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  1. Alice Childress's Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White and the Black Feminist Nation
  2. Julie Burrell
  3. pp. 78-105
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  1. Narrating the Transnational: Refugee Routes, Communities of Shared Fate, and Transnarrative Form
  2. Long Le-Khac
  3. pp. 106-128
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  1. Lands of Entrapment: Environmental Health and Well-Being in Literature about the US Southwest and Chicana/o Communities
  2. María Isabel Pérez-Ramos
  3. pp. 129-150
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  1. The Time-Space of Transnational Melodrama in Marivi Soliven's The Mango Bride
  2. William Arighi
  3. pp. 151-171
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  1. The Asian-Owned Store and the Incommensurable Histories of War in Narratives of the City
  2. Caroline H. Yang
  3. pp. 172-195
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  1. A Border-Crosser's Heteroglosssia: Interview with Juan Felipe Herrera, Twenty-First Poet Laureate of the United States
  2. Alan Soldofsky
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  1. How to Read African American Literature: Post-Civil Rights Fiction and the Task of Interpretation by Aida Levy-Hussen (review)
  2. Jennifer Griffiths
  3. pp. 232-234
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  1. Bridges to Memory: Postmemory in Contemporary Ethnic American Women's Fiction by Maria Rice Bellamy (review)
  2. Katie Daily
  3. pp. 235-237
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  1. Fashioning Diaspora: Beauty, Femininity, and South Asian American Culture by Vanita Reddy (review)
  2. Shilpa Davé
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  1. "How Come Boys Get to Keep Their Noses?": Women and Jewish American Identity in Contemporary Graphic Memoirs by Tahneer Oksman (review)
  2. Maya Barzilai
  3. pp. 241-243
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