The repeating island: the Caribbean and the postmodern perspective

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Duke University Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 302 pages
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In this section edition of the Repeating Island, Antonio Benitez-Rojo, a master of the historical novel, short story, and critical essay, continues to confront the legacy and myths of colonialism.

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The repeating island: the Caribbean and the postmodern perspective

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Chaos theory claims that within the disorder represented by nature, there are repeating regularities. Cuban writer Benitez-Rojo uses this premise to argue that, despite the Caribbean's disorder of ... Read full review

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This is a must read for those interested in Caribbean or postcolonial studies. Read full review

Contents

From the apocalypse to chaos
10
From the plantation to the Plantation
33
Contraband repression and consequences
47
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