Voiceprint: an anthology of oral and related poetry from the Caribbean

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Longman, 1989 - Fiction - 276 pages
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A collection of poems, songs, elegies, laments, calypsos, and other forms expressing the wide range and different styles of the oral tradition in West Indian poetry

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Contents

Introduction
1
Arthur Seymour The Legend of Kaieteur
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Wordsworth McAndrew OVHigue
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Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Stewart Brown is a poet and critic who teaches African and Caribbean literature at the Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham. Mark McWatt, a Guyanese poet and critic, is currently Professor of West Indian Literature in the Department of English at the University of the West Indies
in Barbados.

Dennis Scott was a teacher, poet, playwright, actor, dancer in the Jamaican National Dance Theatre, and editor of "Caribbean Quarterly." He is the author of several poetry collections, including "Dreadwalk," "Strategies," and "Uncle Time," His plays include "Terminus," "Dog, "and "Echo in the Bone," Mervyn Morris is a friend of the author and a poet.

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