Passion & Exile: Essays in Caribbean Literature
This wide-ranging collection of essays offers an illuminating commentary on the literary and social history of the English-speaking Caribbean. The themes of race, colour, exile and displacement are explored with precision, and interviews with the authors yield unusual insights into the making of Caribbean literature.
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Escapism in the novels of John Hearne
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