Issue 42.2 has arrived!

In time for the 2015 CCLA Congress, issue 42.2 is now available and is being mailed to subscribers. The issue can also be read on Project Muse.

The contents of 42.2 are as follows:


Intertextualidad y historiografía:
Las citas célebres de las Crónicas de Indias,

o el discurso de la historiografía

Marieke Delahaye 137

The Migrant Vision in Günter Grass’s The Tin Drum

Søren Frank 156

“Per omnia saecula saeculorum” or “Inkaba yakho iphi?”:

Indigeneity in Alex La Guma and Aidan Higgins

James Gifford 171

Of Gorbachev’s Perestroika, Plato’s Noble Lie,

the Utopian Tradition, and the Third Sophistic

Nikita Nankov 190

Review Article

Recent Work in Caribbean Literature
Amanda Perry 208

Book Reviews

Caws, Mary Ann

Surprised in Translation

Tim Conley 218

Lichtenstein, Sabine, ed.

Music’s Obedient Daughter

David Menzies 221

McMaster, Juliet, et al., eds.

Crossing Canada, 1907:

The Diary of Hope Hook

Kathryn Carter 223

Spargo, R. Clifton, and Robert M. Ehrenreich, eds.

After Representation?:

The Holocaust, Literature, and Culture

Sarah Shewchuk 226

Ladouceur, Louise

Dramatic License:

Translating Theatre from One Official Language to the Other in Canada

Moira Day 228

Festić, Fatima

The Body of the Postmodernist Narrator:

Between Violence and Artistry

Leena Kurvet-Käosaar 231

Peacock, Steven, ed.
Stieg Larsson ́s Millennium Trilogy:

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Nordic Noir on Page and Screen

Annemette Hejlsted 233