- Title Pages
- <i>Introduction</i>: Apples and Oranges
- Part One The Origin of Stories
- One Defining Peripheral Modernism
- Two One Tale, Two Tellers
- Part Two Eyn Kemakh, Eyn Toyre; Eyn Toyre, Eyn Kemakh
- Three <i>Haskole</i> and Negritude Compared
- Four Education and Initiation in the Narratives of <i>Haskole</i> and Negritude
- Part Three “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin); Thank You for Talkin' to Me, Africa”
- Five Mendele's Mare and Soyinka's Interpreters
- Six Mendele's <i>Benjamin the Third</i> and Kourouma's <i>Suns of Independence</i>
- Conclusion: At the Limits of the Periphery
- How Strange the Change
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