Amardeep Singh
Lehigh University
December 2001



Aime Cesaire

Gertrude Stein

James Joyce

E.M. Forster

Mulk Raj Anand


Aime Cesaire


Hedy Kalikoff. “Gender, Genre and Geography in Aime Cesaire’s Cahier…Callaloo, 1995.


Nick Nesbitt: “Antinomies of Double Consciousness in Aime Cesaire’s Cahier…”


Melsan Annick. Interview with Aime Cesaire. “The Liberating Power of Words.”
Unesco Courier, 1997.


Nick Nesbitt. “Negritude.” African Writers Index



Gertrude Stein


Gertrude Stein Bibliography – Modern Fiction Studies


Phoebe Stein Davis essay -- Modern Fiction Studies


John Whittier Ferguson – Modernism/Modernity


Jennifer Ashton, “Gertrude Stein for Anyone.” ELH


Mark Goble


John Whittier-Ferguson. Stein and war writing. Modernism/Modernity.


Marianne DeKoven. Introduction to a special issue of Modern Fiction Studies on



Wanda Van Dusen, Wanda. “Portrait of a National Fetish: Gertrude Stein's
‘Introduction to the Speeches of Marichal Pitain.’” Modernism/Modernity


McCabe, Susan. "Delight in Dislocation": The Cinematic Modernism of Stein,

Chaplin, and Man Ray.” Modernism/Modernity




James Joyce (Portrait of the Artist)


Roos, Bonnie. “Refining the Artist into Existence: Pygmalion's Statue, Stephen's Villanelle and the Venus of Praxiteles.” Comparative Literature Studies


Klein, Scott W. “National Histories, National Fictions: Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and

Scott's The Bride of Lammermoor.  ELH


Watt, Stephen. “The Antimodernism of Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.”
Modern Fiction Studies


Rabate, Jean-Michel. “Joyce the Egoist.”


??? Ireland, Europe, The World, The Universe: Political Geography in A Portrait of the Artist as

a Young Man. Journal of Modern Literature


Boheemen, Christine van. “The Trauma of Irishness; or, Literature as Material Cultural
Memory in Joyce.” Configurations


Wollaeger, Mark A. “Stephen/Joyce, Joyce/Haacke: Modernism and the Social Function of Art”




E. M. Forster


Curr, Matthew. “Recuperating E. M. Forster's Maurice.”
MLQ: Modern Language Quarterly


Roy, Anindyo. “Savage Pursuits: The Shaping of Colonial Civility in E. M. Forster's ‘The Life to Come’”
boundary 2


Davidis, Maria M. “Forster's Imperial Romance: Chivalry, Motherhood, and Questing in A Passage to India”
Journal of Modern Literature


Gauri Viswanathan, Critical Inquiry (excerpt)


Richard Bray (warning: student e-Journal!)




Mulk Raj Anand


Andrew M. Stracuzzi, “The Indelible Problem: Mulk Raj Anand and the Plight of Untouchability”

Postcolonial Web


Jon Buchan. “Mimicry and the Carnivalesque in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable
(warning: student paper!)




Thanks to my students in my fall 2001 English 385 class for discovering many of these sources.