The repeating island: the Caribbean and the postmodern perspective

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Duke University Press, 1992 - History - 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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Contents

From the plantation to the Plantation
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5 The emergence of creole culture
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The Plantation and the Africanization of culture
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