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082 1  820.9|213 
245 00 And the birds began to sing :|breligion and literature in 
       post-colonial cultures /|cedited by Jamie S. Scott 
260    Amsterdam ;|aAtlanta, GA. :|bRodopi,|c1996 
300    327 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Cross/cultures ;|v22 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |gIntroduction :|t"Onward, Christian Britons!" /|rJamie S.
       Scott --|tChristianity and colonialism --|tIreland.|t"A 
       pox on both their houses" : post-colonial religious 
       conflict in the Belfast novels of Brian Moore /|rJo. 
       O'Donoghue --|tCanada.|t"God this and god that and amen" :
       religious discourse in the fiction of Timothy Findley /
       |rHeather Sanderson ;|t"You have to discover it in some 
       other way" : native symbols as appropriated by Margaret 
       Atwood and Marian Engel /|rWilliam Closson James ;|tIt is,
       indeed, "one good story, that one" : Thomas King's parodic
       treatment of Genesis /|rPriscilla L. Walton --|tAustralia.
       |t"Religons are poems" : spirituality in Les Murray's 
       poetry /|rNicholas Birns ;|tDavid Malouf's Remembering 
       Babylon : issues of race and spiritual transformation /
       |rJames Tulip ;|t"Custodians of a British prison camp" : 
       re-presenting the Christian missionary in post-colonial 
       aboriginal fiction /|rJamie S. Scott --|tNew Zealand and 
       the South Pacific.|tThe religious experience in R.A.K. 
       Mason's poetry /|rJoost Daalder ;|tBeyond Puritanism : 
       post-colonialism's "awful disease" in the novels of 
       Maurice Gee /|rTrevor James ;|t"Maybe there aren't words 
       for us yet" : (re)constructing religion, culture, and 
       family in Keri Hulme's the bone people /|rPatrick Holland 
       ;|tThe only teller of big truths : Epeli Hau'ofa's Tales 
       of the Tikongs and the biblical contexts of post-
       colonialism /|rEdward Watts --|tThe Africas.|tLocating the
       sacred : J.M. Coetzee's Waiting for the barbarians /
       |rTrevor James ;|t"Seed wrapped in wonders" : 
       representations of religion in the poetry of Christopher 
       Okigbo /|rKen Goodwin ;|t"If there is one god, fine, there
       will be others" : dialogical theology in the novels of 
       Chinua Achebe /|rAshton Nichols ;|tThe dark, fearful Bush 
       : loss and restoration in Amos Tutuola's The palm-wine 
       drinkard /|rBruce Ross 
505 00 |tThe post-colonial "crisis of representation" : and Ngugi
       wa Thiong'o's religious allegory /|rOliver Lovesey --
       |tEmpire and world religions --|tThe Caribbean.|tPost-
       colonial encounters : Paule Marshall's "Widow praisesong" 
       and George Lamming's "Daughter's adventure" /|rPatrick 
       Taylor ;|t"I often wonder who I am" : voodoo character 
       transformations in Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea /|rCarol 
       Morrell ;|t"At the gate of cultures" : religion, mythology,
       and folk-belief in West Indian poetry /|rGordon Collier --
       |tIndia.|tAbolishing the darkness : V.S. Naipaul's 
       spiritual journey /|rDoireann MacDermott ;|tWidows, 
       priests and erring householders : religion and the 
       writings of Anita Desai /|rChelva Kanaganayakam ;
       |tAppearance and eclipse : cognitive dissonance and 
       cultural negotiation in the Hindu fiction of Kamala 
       Markandaya /|rBishnupriya Ghosh ;|tIn good faith? : 
       shadows of Hinduism on expatriate identity in the fiction 
       of Bharati Mukherjee /|rBrinda Bose --|gAfterword :|tA 
       praxis of equity : reading religion and literature in post
       -colonial cultures /|rJamie S. Scott 
650  0 Commonwealth literature (English)|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 Religion and literature|zCommonwealth countries|xHistory
       |y20th century 
650  0 English literature|y20th century|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 Postcolonialism|zCommonwealth countries 
650  0 Postcolonialism in literature 
650  0 Decolonization in literature 
651  0 Commonwealth countries|xIn literature 
700 1  Scott, Jamie S 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tAnd the birds began to sing.|dAmsterdam
       ; Atlanta, GA. : Rodopi, 1996|w(OCoLC)604006724 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tAnd the birds began to sing.|dAmsterdam
       ; Atlanta, GA. : Rodopi, 1996|w(OCoLC)609032554 
830  0 Cross/cultures ;|v22 
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