VOL III
Spring 2002
ISSN 1473-219X

© Imperium and the contributors 2002

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Christopher Heywood (ed.): Wuthering Heights, Toronto: Broadview Press, ISBN 1-55111-247-7, 520pp, $14.99.

reviewed by Balasubramanyam Chandramohan.


J S Scott and P Simpson-Housley (ed.): with an afterword by Gareth Griffiths: Mapping the Sacred: Religion, Geography and Postcolonial Literatures, Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi, ISBN 90-420-1544-6, 486pp, paperback $35.00.

reviewed by Martin Ramey.

David E Morrison: Television and the Gulf War, Luton: John Libbey & Co, ISBN 0956 90577, 100pp, out of print.
David E Morrison et al: Defining Violence: The Search for Understanding, Luton: University of Luton Press, ISBN 1 86020 568 2, 152pp, £14.50.
Richard Keeble: Secret State, Silent Press: New millitarism, the Gulf and the modern image of warfare, Luton: University of Luton Press, ISBN 1 86020 512 7, 256pp, £14.50.

reviewed by Will Barton Catmur.


Amritjit Singh and Peter Schmidt (ed.): P
ostcolonial Theory and the United States: Race, Ethnicity and Literature, Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, ISBN 1 57806 251 9, 471pp, paperback $26.00.

reviewed by Lauri Ramey.

Conference: The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, 17-18 May 2002.

reviewed by Balasubramanyam Chandramohan.


Obituary: Hamish Henderson.

Ian Spring


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