Table of contents for Zadie Smith : critical essays / edited by Tracey L. Walters.

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 Zadie Smith: Critical Essays
Tracey L Walters 	
Chapter 1	The Flipping Coin: The Modernist and Postmodernist Zadie Smith
		Matthew Paproth, Southern Illinois University
Chapter 2	Fundamental Differences in Zadie Smith?s White Teeth
		Esra Mirze, University of Tampa
Chapter 3 	Simulated Optimism: The International Marketing of White Teeth 
		Kasia Jakubiak, Illinois State University 
Chapter 4	Colonization in Reverse: White Teeth as Caribbean Novel
		Raphael Dalleo, Florida Atlantic University
Chapter 5	Representations of Hybridity and Multiculturalism in Zadie Smith?s 
White Teeth and Monica Ali?s Brick Lane
	Gina Wisker, Anglia Polytechnic University, UK
Chapter 6	The Root Canals of Zadie Smith: London?s Intergenerational		
		Kris Knauer, Morley College, UK
Chapter 7	The Impossible Self and the Poetics of the Urban Hyperreal in 		
		Zadie Smith?s The Autograph Man						
		Urszula Terentowicz-Fotyga, University of Lublin, Poland
Chapter 8	E. M. Forster, Elaine Scarry, and Zadie Smith on ?Beauty?: 		
		?the good that novels do and the good that they are? 			
		Maria Helena Lima, SUNY Geneseo 
Chapter 9	The Impossible Task of Understanding Zadie Smith?s On Beauty 
 Damjana Mraovic, Penn State University	
Chapter 10	On Beauty and Being Postcolonial: Aesthetics and Form in 		
		Zadie Smith
		Ulka Anjaria, Stanford University
Chapter 11	Prostitutes, Mammies, and Matriarchs: The Controlling Image of 
Black Womanhood in Zadie Smith?s Novels
		Tracey L Walters, (SUNY) Stony Brook University
Chapter 12	From the Dispossessed to the Decolonized: From Samuel			
		Selvon?s The Lonely Londoners to Zadie Smith?s ?Hanwell in 		
		Sharon Raynor, Johnson C. Smith University
Chapter 13	?Red and Yellow, Black and White: Color-Blindness as 			
		Disillusionment in Zadie Smith?s Hanwell in Hell
 Lexi Stuckey, University of Central Oklahoma

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Smith, Zadie -- Criticism and interpretation.
English literature -- Black authors -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Commonwealth literature (English).
Postcolonialism -- Commonwealth countries.
Identity (Philosophical concept) in literature.
Race in literature.