Table of contents for Cold War literature : writing the global conflict / edited by Andrew Hammond.

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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Notes on Contributors	
Acknowledgements		
From Rhetoric to Rollback: Introductory Thoughts on Cold War Writing	
Andrew Hammond
1 The Yellow Peril in the Cold War: Fu Manchu and the Manchurian 	
Candidate
David Seed
2	The Cold War Representation of the West in Russian Literature 	
	Andrei Rogachevskii
3	?Is It Chaos? Or Is It a Building Site??: British Theatrical Responses to 	
	the Cold War and Its Aftermath
	Chris Megson
4 Beyond the Apocalypse of Closure: Nuclear Anxiety in Postmodern 	Literature of the United States
	Daniel Cordle
5 The Reds and the Blacks: The Historical Novel in the Soviet Union and 	
	Postcolonial Africa
	M. Keith Booker & Dubravka Juraga
6	Marxist Literary Resistance to the Cold War 	
	Alan Wald
7 Poetry, Politics and War: Representations of the American War in 	
	Vietnamese Poetry?
	Dana Healy
8 Remembering War and Revolution on the Maoist Stage	
	Xiaomei Chen
9	Revolution and Rejuvenation: Imagining Communist Cuba 	
	Hazel A. Pierre
10 An Anxious Triangulation: Cold War, Nationalism and Regional 	
	Resistance in East-Central European Literatures
	Marcel Cornis-Pope
11 ?Lifting Each Other off Our Knees?: South African Women?s Poetry 	
	of Resistance, 1980-1989
	Mary K. DeShazer
12	Outwitting the Politburo: Politics and Poetry behind the Iron Curtain	
	Piotr Kuhiwczak
13	The Anti-American: Graham Greene and the Cold War in the 1950s	
	Brian Diemert
14	The Excluded Middle: Intellectuals and the ?Cold War? in Latin America 	
	Jean Franco
Bibliography	
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Literature, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
War and literature.
Cold war in literature.
Literature and politics.