Multicultural Writers since 1945: An A-To-Z Guide

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Multicultural Writerssince1945

An A-to-Z Guide

Edited by Alba Amoia
and
Bettina L. Knapp

GREENWOOD PRESS
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chinua Achebe 23
  • AndrÉ Aciman 28
  • Vassilis Alexakis 34
  • Isabel Allende 38
  • Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke 43
  • W. H. Auden 48
  • Paul Auster 52
  • BA Jin 57
  • Ingeborg Bachmann 64
  • Samuel Beckett 70
  • Tahar Ben Jelloun 75
  • Isaiah Berlin 79
  • Yves Bonnefoy 84
  • Pierre Boulle 90
  • Paul Bowles 94
  • Joseph Brodsky 99
  • Pearl S. Buck 104
  • Ivan Bunin 109
  • Guillermo Cabrera Infante 114
  • Albert Camus 121
  • Elias Canetti 128
  • Truman Capote 134
  • Paul Celan 140
  • Patrick Chamoiseau 145
  • AndrÉe Chedid 150
  • J. M. Coetzee 155
  • Maryse CondÉ 161
  • Jorge de Sena 168
  • Marguerite Duras 174
  • Lawrence Durrell 179
  • Umberto Eco 184
  • Gunnar EkelÖf 190
  • Mircea Eliade 195
  • Hans Magnus Enzensberger 200
  • Oriana Fallaci 206
  • Frantz Fanon 211
  • John Fowles 216
  • Max Frisch 221
  • GAO Xingjian 227
  • Édouard Glissant 234
  • Michel Goeldlin 239
  • Juan Goytisolo 243
  • Jorie Graham 248
  • GÜnter Grass 252
  • Romesh Gunesekera 258
  • Stratis Haviaras 262
  • Bessie Head 266
  • Georges Henein 270
  • EugÈne Ionesco 274
  • Paula Jacques 279
  • Nikos Kazantzakis 284
  • Jamaica Kincaid 289
  • Arthur Koestler 293
  • Milan Kundera 299
  • Hanif Kureishi 305
  • Linda LÊ 309
  • Jean-Marie Gustave le ClÉzio 314
  • Doris Lessing 319
  • Carlo Levi 324
  • Primo Levi 329
  • Artur Lundkvist 335
  • Andrei Makine 340
  • Claire Messud 345
  • Marco Micone 349
  • CzesŁaw MiŁosz 354
  • Vilhelm Moberg 359
  • Henry de Montherlant 365
  • Vladimir Nabokov 370
  • V.S. Naipaul 376
  • Pablo Neruda 381
  • EugÈne Nicole 387
  • Ben Okri 391
  • Michael Ondaatje 395
  • Iris Origo 399
  • Octavio Paz 404
  • Pepetela 410
  • Elisabeth Plessen 416
  • Jean Rhys 421
  • Ri Kaisei (yi Hoe-SŎng, Also Transcribed as Lee Hwe-Song) 427
  • Salman Rushdie 432
  • Carl Sagan 437
  • Said 442
  • Jean-Paul Sartre 447
  • Georges SchehadÉ 454
  • W. G. (winfried Georg) Sebald 458
  • Luis SepÚlveda 463
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer 468
  • Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn 473
  • Muriel Spark 478
  • Suga Atsuko 482
  • Antonio Tabucchi 486
  • Tawada YŌko 491
  • Tzvetan Todorov 497
  • Tatyana Tolstaya 501
  • Leon (marcus) Uris 505
  • Vladimir Nikolaevich Voinovich 510
  • Derek Walcott 517
  • Wang Meng 523
  • Elie Wiesel 529
  • Yi MunyŎl 534
  • Marguerite Yourcenar 538
  • Alexander Zinoviev 543
  • Selected Bibliography 549
  • Index 563
  • About the Editors and Contributors 599
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