Would you like to upgrade your purchase to the complete issue?

To further meet your research needs, the complete issue from this journal is also available for purchase for $26.00 USD.

This issue contains 21 articles in total

[ + ] Show Issue Contents
  1. Contributors
  2. Introduction: Aimé Césaire and World Literature
  3. Postmodernism and Cultural Identities: Conflicts and Coexistence by Virgil Nemoianu (review)
  4. Crossing Frontiers: Cultural Exchange and Conflict; Papers in Honour of Malcolm Pender ed. by Barbara Burns and Joy Charnley (review)
  5. Hybrid Humour: Comedy in Transcultural Perspectives ed. by Graeme Dunphy and Rainer Emig (review)
  6. Other Others: Levinas, Literature, Transcultural Studies by Steven Shankman (review)
  7. Modernité en transit/Modernity in Transit ed. by Richard Dubé (review)
  8. Semiotic Encounters: Text, Image, and Trans-Nation. ed. by Sarah Säckel, Walter Göbel and Noha Hamdy (review)
  9. Shadowing the White Man’s Burden: U.S. Imperialism and the Problem of the Color Line by Gretchen Murphy (review)
  10. Race and the Modernist Imagination by Urmila Seshagiri (review)
  11. The First Translations of Machiavelli’s “Prince” from the Sixteenth to the First Half of the Nineteenth Century ed. by Roberto De Pol (review)
  12. Textual Intersections: Literature, History and the Arts in Nineteenth-Century Europe ed. by Rachael Langford (review)
  13. European Local-Color Literature: National Tales, Dorfgeschichten, Romans Champêtres by Josephine Donovan (review)
  14. Ovid in the Age of Cervantes ed. by Frederick A. De Armas (review)
  15. The Female Homer: An Exploration of Women’s Epic Poetry by Jeremy M. Downes (review)
  16. Vladimir Nabokov and Virginia Woolf
  17. Borges’s Philosophy of Poe’s Composition
  18. Césaire and the Challenge of Translation: The Example of “Strong Men” by Sterling Brown
  19. Césaire at the Crossroads in Haiti: Correspondence With Henri Seyrig
  20. Interface: Aimé Césaire’s “Poésie et connaissance” and Lorand Gaspar’s Approche de la parole Revisited
  21. The Victorian Counterarchive: Mikimoto Ryuzo, John Ruskin, and Affirmative Reading
Purchase Complete Issue
OR   continue with Article purchase below

In order to purchase content, you must be logged into your MyMUSE account.

Back To Top

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Without cookies your experience may not be seamless.