Contents

V 1 N 1 - Fall 1993


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
The State of Commonwealth Literature: Keynote Address Margaret Bass
1
     
Writing Violence: Bodies and Signs in J.M. Coetzee's Foe Russell Samolsky
6
     
"Wetin you say make I do?" An Approach to Teaching
African Literature to American College Students
John Rooks
14
     
Construction of the Female Subject in Postcolonial Literature:
Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Condition
Khani Begum
21
     
The Two Indias of V.S. Naipaul Ghazala F. Hashmi
28
     
Nigerian Fiction: Coming Of Age Hugh Brown
34
     
Personal Politics and Solitary Survival: The Female Consciousness of July's People Pamela Rooks
40
     
Robert Kroetsch's Rhetoric of Disclosure in The Sad Phoenician Mitali Pati
48
     
Gender and Identity in Anita Desai's Novels Jayshree Kak Odin
57
     
Patrick White and "Multi-Textuality" Robert Ross
70
     
The Lotus and the Chinar: Kashmir in a Historical Outline Subhash Kak
73
     
Disappearance Through Integration: Three Maori Writers Retaliate Patrick D. Morrow
92


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