- Title Pages
- 1 How to be Primitive
- 2 Problems of Cultural Self-Representation
- 3 Eating their Words
- 4 Intertextual Connections
- 5 Breaking the Rules
- 6 Discursive Agency and the (De)Construction of Subjectivity in Daniel Maximin's <i>L'Île et une nuit</i>
- 7 <i>Discours</i> and <i>Histoire</i>, Magical and Political Discourse in <i>Le Quatrième Siècle</i>
- 8 Collective Narrative Voice in <i>Malemort, La Case du commandeur</i> and <i>Mahagony</i>
- 9 Fictions of Identity and the Identities of Fiction in <i>Tout-monde</i>
- 10 Mixing up Languages in the ‘Tout-monde’
- 11 ‘La parole du paysage’
- Appendix ‘Writing in the Present’
Interview with Maryse Condé
- Language and Literary Form in French Caribbean Writing
- Liverpool University Press
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