Best Poems of Trinidad
A. M. Clarke
The Majority Press, 1999 - Poetry - 66 pages
This is an important document in Caribbean literary history, republished here for the first time since 1943. It includes a new interview with the compiler, A.M. Clarke.
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CLYTUS ARNOLD THOMASOS
APPENDIX TO THE SECOND EDITION
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
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