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SCMLR Volume 1

The South Carolina Modern Language Review

Volume 1, Number 1           Spring 2001


"Recibir con ambas mejillas: Rosario Castellanos's Painterly Discourse" by Ron Friis.

"The Making of the Man: Woman as Consummator in the Lais of Marie de France" by Judith Barban

"Como agua para chocolate: Tita, una nueva imagen de la mujer latinoamericana" by Kathleen Johnson

"The Pleasure of Being a Pig: Marie Darrieussecq's Pig Tales" by Adelheid Eubanks

"Teaching Francophone Literature in Translation: Maryse Condés's I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem" by Debora Anderson


"Red Dust: A Path Through China by Ma Jian" by Peter Whelan

Copyright 2001 The South Carolina Modern Language Review and Francis Marion University Department of English, Modern Languages and Philosophy.  All rights reserved.


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