- Title Pages
- Francophone Postcolonial Studies
Introduction: Translation – Formidable Enemy or Needed Friend?
- Literary Translation and Language Diversity in Contemporary Africa
- Translation and its Others: Postcolonial Linguistic Strategies of Writers from the Francophone Indian Ocean
- Publishing Francophone African Literature in Translation: Towards a Relational Account of Postcolonial Book History
- Publishing, Translation and Truth
- Intimate Enemies: A Conversation between an Author and her Translator
- Translation: Spreading the Wings of Literature
- Translation – A Listening Art
- Ananda Devi as Writer and Translator: In interview with Julia Waters
- The Négraille's Testament: Translating Black-Label
- Translating Heterophony in Olive Senior's Stories
- Subverting Subversion? Translation Practice and Malpractice in the Work of Patrick Chamoiseau
- ‘Un art de la fugue’: Translating Glissant's Poetry, Fiction and Prose d'idées
- Postcolonial Intertextuality and Translation Explored through the Work of Alain Mabanckou
- Ananda Devi as Transcolonial Translator
- Translation and Current Trends in African Metropolitan Literature
- Notes on Contributors
New Series, Vol. 4, 2013
- Intimate Enemies
- Liverpool University Press
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