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Volume 10 • Number 8 • September 2017


On the Cover: Dr. Elizabeth Nunez, bestselling and award-winning author of nine novels and a memoir; and Distinguished Professor at Hunter College (New York, NY) of the City University of New York.


Introduction: Hegemony in the Fiction of Elizabeth Nunez
by Rhone Fraser
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Healing the Bruised and Mothering the Motherless: The Ájé in Elizabeth Nunez’s Bruised Hibiscus
by Georgene Bess Montgomery G
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Charting Territories of Love in the Works of Elizabeth Nunez
by Leah Creque-Harris
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Hybridity as a Counter-Hegemonic Discourse in Elizabeth Nunez’s Even in Paradise
by M. Kamel Igoudjil
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This Story, However, is Not About Him: Elizabeth Nunez’s Even in Paradise and the Rejection of Lear
by Miranda Jones
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Obeah as Conduit in Elizabeth Nunez’s When Rocks Dance
by Janelle Rodriques
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Confronting Prospero: Elizabeth Nunez’s Exposure and Critique of Hegemony and Its Industries in Beyond the Limbo Silence and Boundarie
by Rhone Fraser
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