Caribbean Women: An Anthology of Non-fiction Writing, 1890-1980, Volume 1
Veronica Marie Gregg
University of Notre Dame Press, 2005 - History - 462 pages
Volume 1, of an anthology of non-fiction writings by Caribbean women, from the turn of the nineteenth century to 1980. It builds on existing bodies of knowledge and inquiry into women's lives and their contributions to the creation and development of Caribbean intellectual history. A resource for students and professors.
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