Span 34-35

Journal of the South Pacific Assoc for Cwlth Lit and Language Studies
Number 34-35, 1992-93
Edited by Vijay Mishra


Vijay Mishra, Introduction: Diaspora


Ien Ang, Migrations of Chineseness

Razif Bin Bahari, The Colonised Subject's Multiple and and Transversal Struggle for Selfhood: The Case of A House for Mr Biswas

Chris Berry, These Nations Which Are Not One: History, Identity and Postcoloniality in Recent Hong Kong and Taiwan Cinema

Anne Brewster, A Critique of Bharati Mukherjee's Neo-Nationalism

Maria Degabriele, Trafficking Culture in Postcolonial Literature, Postcolonial Fiction and Salman Rushdie's Imaginary Homelands (1991)

Ibtisam Abu Duhou, Writing the Palestinian Diaspora Through Poetry

Peter Jeffery, Gandhi: Documentary and Epic Feature Film

Vijay Mishra, Temples of Fire: The Incomparable Tagore

Sally Pointon, Tain-Ting the Colonial: V.S. Naipaul

Som Prakash, Dislocations, Distortions and Resolutions in Maurice Gee's Fiction

Paul Sharrad, Blackbirding: Diaspora Narratives and the Invasion of the Bodysnatchers

Runar Vignisson, Bharati Mukherjee: An Interview

David T. Hill, Writing on the Border: Irian, Indonesian Literature and Gerson Poyk's "Matias Akankari"

Gerson Poyk, "Matias Akankari" (translated from the Indonesian by David T. Hill)

Cynthia vanden Driesen, "The Novelist Skipped Town..." A Postscript to the ICASEL Conference - Mysore

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