Items where Author is "Graham, James"

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Graham, James (2008) Ivan Vladislavić and the possible city. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 44 (4). pp. 333-344. ISSN 1744-9855

Graham, James (2008) An interview with Gautam Malkani: Ealing Broadway, 6th November 2007. Literary London: interdisciplinary studies in the representation of London. , 6 (1). ISSN 1744-0807

Graham, James (2008) ‘this in’t Good Will Hunting’: Londonstani and the market for London’s multicultural fictions. Literary London: interdisciplinary studies in the representation of London, 6 (2). ISSN 1744-0807

Graham, James (2007) Exploding Johannesburg: driving in a worldly city. Transtext(e)s-Transcultures: journal of global cultural studies. (3). pp. 67-83. ISSN 2105-2549

Graham, James (2007) An abject land? Remembering women differently in Doris Lessing’s the grass is singing and Chenjerai Hove’s bones. English Studies in Africa, 50 (1). pp. 57-74. ISSN 1943-8117

Book Section

Graham, James (2011) Postcolonial purgatory: the space of migrancy in Dirty Pretty Things. In: Postcolonial spaces: the politics of place in contemporary culture. Teverson, Andrew and Upstone, Sara, eds. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 112-128. ISBN 9780230252257

Graham, James (2009) From exceptionalism to social ecology in southern Africa: isolation, intimacy and environment in Nadine Gordimer’s Get a life. In: Rerouting the postcolonial: new directions for a new millenium. Wilson, Janet and Sandru, Cristina and Lawson West, Sarah, eds. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 194-205. ISBN 9780415543255

Graham, James (2009) Ivan Vladislavic and the possible city. In: African city textualities. Primorac, Ranka, ed. Routledge. ISBN 9780415481557

Book

Graham, James (2009) Land and nationalism in fictions from Southern Africa. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures . Routledge. ISBN 9780415995818

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