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