November 2003

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Postcolonial 'Contamination'


EDITORIAL - by Linda Rodenburg and Robyn Anderson

"... It is our hope that bringing together several very different articles relying, in different ways, on such postcolonial analyses will allow this special issue of Deep South to be read not only as a series of individual papers and creative works, but also as a productive site of critical contamination in relation ..."

POETRY - edited by Richard Reeve

 - featuring the work of Alison Wong, Stephen Oliver, Rebecca Edwards, Dougal McNeill, Raewyn Alexander, Jennifer Compton, Ahila Sambamoorthy, Mark Murphy, Chris House, Luke Milner, Ben Kemp, Srinjay Chakravarti, N. K. Agarwal and Mary Cresswell.


Shalmalee Palekar:  'A Space of Multiplicity, Exchange, Renegotiation and Discontinuities': the poetry of Prabha Ganorkar

Linda Rodenburg and Robyn Anderson: Tricksterish Textualizations: (Re)visioning Native Canadian cultural identity through Thomas King's cultural production of Green Grass, Running Water


Peri Chappelle: Landscape, Culture and Race: Pacific Islanders in New Zealand as Depicted in Selected Works by Oscar Kightley, John Pule and Albert Wendt


Patricia McLean: How Buchi Emecheta's The Joys of Motherhood Resists Feminist and Nationalist Readings


Josie Carter: H. Rider Haggard's She: An Apocalyptic Reflection of the Flaws Inherent in Imperial Ideology


Staff for this issue:

EDITORS: Linda Rodenburg and Robyn Anderson

Richard Reeve: poetry editor

Karen McLean: technical and general editor
Jeff Boag: site designer

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