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Transnational Literature

Volume 7, Issue 2
May 2015

Letter from the Editor

Contributors
Special feature: Philosophy and literature; philosophy as literature
(Part One)
Guest editor: Kathryn Koromilas
Peer-reviewed articles
Daphne Giofkou The Writer as an Acrobat: Deleuze and Guattari on the Relation between Philosophy and Literature (and How Kierkegaard Moves in-between)
Joshua Hall Differential–Surface: Deleuze and Superhero Comics
Creative Writing
Robert Lumsden The Gift
Jonathan Paul Marshall Plato and Gorgias walk into a Symposium
Transnational Literature, May 2015: Complete Special feature on Philosophy and Literature (Part One) in one file for ease of downloading and printing
Volume 7, No. 2, May 2015
Peer-reviewed articles
Shanjida K. Boksh Memorials in Robert Lowell’s Poetry: The Synthesis of the Public and the Private
Lachlan Brown Worlds Apart: Nam Le’s The Boat and Ali Alizadeh’s Transactions
Tamás Juhász Inaudible Sons: Music and Diaspora in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled
Suzanne Kamata Sister Cities: Border Crossings and Barriers in David Zoppetti’s Ichegensan and John Warley’s A Southern Girl
Reshmi Lahiri-Roy Reconciling Identities: The Diasporic Bengali Woman in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake
Shadi Neimneh Autofiction and Fictionalisation:J.M. Coetzee’s Novels and Boyhood
Gayathri Prabhu Retelling Nature: Realism and the Postcolonial-Environmental Imaginary in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide
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Contributors
Translations
Geng Xiang
Ibn-e-Insha
‘After Reviewing.’ Translated from the Urdu and introduced by Mubashir Karim
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Poetry
S.Z. Abbas
And Gogo Shall Die
Richard James Allen
Yiorgos Anagnostou
Tricia Dearborn
In America
Jelena Dinic
Crossing borders
Norm Neill
Cynthia D. Nelson
Stuart A. Paterson
Ian C Smith
Vicky Tsaconas
John Upton
Ron Wilkins
Jena Woodhouse
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Creative and Life Writing
Michael Armstrong Inshallah
Alzo David-West Cold Restless Water
Janet Kaye Garrick Colonel Light’s Footprint
Suzanne Kamata War and Peace and Napoleon
Martha Mylona The Arrival
Wendy Nakanishi Never the Twain
Sunil Sharma The Meeting With Hemingway
Ron Singer In Ethiopia Once
Vicky Tsaconas My Mother’s Dress
Jena Woodhouse Postcards from Arles
Hitoko Yamada Sounds of the Wind
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Contributors
Book Reviews – Poetry
Harry Aveling Poems of Mya Kabyar, Tin Nwan Lwin & Khaing Mar Kyaw Zaw translated from the Burmese by Violet Cho and David Gilbert
Pratap Kumar Dash Homeward Bound edited by Rob Harle and Jaydeep Sarangi
Konstantina Georganta The Blind Man with the Lamp by Tasos Leivaditis, translated by N.N. Trakakis
Michael Jacklin Persuading Plato by Ioana Petrescu
Umme Salma Fixing the Broken Nightingale by Richard James Allen
Umme Salma Voices Across The Ocean: Poetry from Australia & India edited by Rob Harle and Jaydeep Sarangi
Debra Zott Net Needle by Robert Adamson
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Book Reviews – Prose Creative and Life Writing
Katerina Bryant The Boy From Aleppo Who Painted the War by Sumia Sukkar
Lauren Dougherty The Yellow Papers by Dominique Wilson
Gay Lynch The Essence of the Thing by Madeleine St John
Russell McDougall Lions by Kevin Roberts
Iva Polak A Most Peculiar Act by Marie Munkara
Jorge Salavert Springtime by Michelle de Kretser
Kathleen Steele Hunger Town by Wendy Scarfe
Heather Taylor Johnson Merciless Gods by Christos Tsiolkas
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Book Reviews – History, Theory and Criticism
Tamara Braunstein Sexual Feelings: Reading Anglophone Caribbean Women’s Writing through Affect by Elina Valovirta
Sutapa Chaudhuri Tracing the New Indian Diaspora edited by Om Prakash Dwivedi
Lorenzo Mari Syncretic Arenas: Essays on Postcolonial African Drama and Theatre for Esiaba Irobi edited by Isidore Diala
Jennifer Osborn The Road to Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead
Suman Sigroha Experimental Fiction: An Introduction for Readers and Writers by Julie Armstrong
Emily Sutherland The Road to Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead
Graham Tulloch Uneasy Subjects: Postcolonialism and Scottish Gaelic Poetry by Silke Stroh
Amanda Williams Through the long corridor of distance: Space and Self in Contemporary New Zealand Women’s Autobiographies by Valerie Baisnee
Transnational Literature, May 2015: Complete Book Reviews (History, Theory and Criticism) in one file for ease of downloading or printing
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