World literature

Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar Anglophone Caribbean Literature

C. L. R. James and Creolization: Circles of Influence

C. L. R. James on the 'Negro Question'

C. L. R. James: A Critical Introduction

Canadian Women Writing Fiction

The Complete Folktales of A. N. Afanas'ev, Volume II

The Complete Folktales of A. N. Afanas'ev: Volume I

Conversations with Chinua Achebe

Conversations with Derek Walcott

Conversations with E. L. Doctorow

Conversations with Gabriel García Márquez

Conversations with Ian McEwan

Conversations with John Fowles

Conversations with John le Carré

Conversations with Julian Barnes

Conversations with Kazuo Ishiguro

Conversations with Kingsley Amis

Conversations with Nadine Gordimer

Conversations with Robert Graves

Conversations with Robertson Davies

Conversations with Salman Rushdie

Conversations with V. S. Naipaul

Conversations with Wole Soyinka

Creolization as Cultural Creativity

Fourteen on Form: Conversations with Poets

Haiti and the Americas

History and Politics in French-Language Comics and Graphic Novels

Interviews with Edward W. Said

Interviews with Writers of the Post-Colonial World

Jorge Luis Borges: Conversations

Minty Alley

Moving Pictures, Migrating Identities

The Other World of Richard Wright: Perspectives on His Haiku

Ousmane Sembène: Interviews

Patrick Chamoiseau: A Critical Introduction

Perspectives on Wole Soyinka: Freedom and Complexity

Postcolonial Cultures

Postcolonial Literature and the Biblical Call for Justice

Postcolonial Theory and the United States: Race, Ethnicity, and Literature

The Story-Time of the British Empire: Colonial and Postcolonial Folkloristics

World War I and the Cultures of Modernity

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Ret-Con Game: Retroactive Continuity and the Hyperlinking of America   “Retroactive Continuity In The Age of Alternative Facts” by Andrew J. Friedenthal I opened my book Retcon Game: RetroactiveContinuity and the Hyperlinking of America with a quote from George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984: “Oceania was at war with Eurasia: therefore Oceania had always been at war with Eurasia.” I

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