WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:12:05 2014 UTClccn-n500023850.35A history of literature in the Caribbean0.560.98Aimé Césaire à l'œuvre : actes du colloque international /46854612n 5000238538029Arnold, A. James.Arnold, A. James, 1939-Arnold, Albert J. 1939-Arnold, Albert JamesArnold, Albert James, 1939-Arnold, James A.lccn-n80089591Rodríguez-Luis, Julioothedtlccn-n81136463Dash, J. Michaelothedtlccn-n79003327Césaire, Aimélccn-n86102435Kutzinski, Vera M.1956-edtviaf-42061225Phaf-Rheinberger, Inekeedtviaf-282652583Arnold, Josephine V.edtlccn-no2003114454Houston, Natalie M.viaf-204887328Hertzler, Marie A.lccn-n80050468Eshleman, Claytontrledtlccn-n80005093Valéry, Paul1871-1945Arnold, A. James(Albert James)1939-Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryFolkloreDramaConference proceedingsBibliographyFictionCaribbean literatureCésaire, AiméMartiniqueBlacks--Race identityModernism (Literature)Negritude (Literary movement)PoeticsAestheticsAmericaIndiansAnimalsHuman-animal relationshipsFrench poetry--Translations into EnglishCaribbean AreaCaligula,--Emperor of Rome,Literature and historyMots (Sartre, Jean-Paul)Authors, French--BiographyAutobiographyPhilosophersFranceFrench poetryIntellectual lifeValéry, Paul,Caribbean literature (English)Caribbean literature (Spanish)LiteratureCaligula (Camus, Albert)Camus, Albert,19391968196919701973197419811983198419851986199019941995199619971998199920002001200220042008201020112013574058154809.89729PN849.C3ocn810111367ocn174871955ocn831230995ocn852014039ocn732804737ocn855540142ocn443709718ocn807564106ocn470286768ocn468319707ocn810111367ocn852014039ocn186549371ocn185563423ocn1862467078573ocn669957226file19970.37A history of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etcCross-Cultural Studies is the culminating effort of a distinguished team of international scholars who have worked since the mid-1980s to create the most complete analysis of Caribbean literature ever undertaken. Conceived as a major contribution to postcolonial studies, cultural studies, cultural anthropology, and regional studies of the Caribbean and the Americas, Cross-Cultural Studies illuminates the interrelations between and among Europe, the Caribbean islands, Africa, and the American continents from the late fifteenth century to the present. Scholars from five continents bring to bear+-+78514610067171ocn052711568file20010.35A history of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etc6787ocn733750198file19940.35A History of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etc56613ocn007174128book19810.59Arnold, A. JamesModernism and negritude : the poetry and poetics of Aimé CésaireHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+38863983064863ocn033041735book19960.66Monsters, tricksters, and sacred cows : animal tales and American identitiesFolkloreThe 1992 Quincentennial of the encounter between the New World and the Old resulted in a veritable culture war - an extreme polarization of hardened ideological positions on different ideas of America. Monsters, Tricksters, and Sacred Cows brings a fresh perspective to the confusing question of American identity. It clears the minefields laid by the generals commanding the opposing camps, while demonstrating that both sides have been primarily interested in protecting and defending an idea of "Americanness" that cannot resist scrutiny. Some of the leading international scholars in anthropology, comparative literature, and history of the Americas show convincingly in this book that contacts between and among peoples and ethnic groups have, since early colonial times, produced new - and typically American - cultural forms throughout the hemisphere. Monsters, Tricksters, and Sacred Cows will appeal to the general reader and will attract a wide readership in folklore and cultural anthropology as well as in Caribbean and Latin American studies, comparative literature, and history+-+519164863532443213ocn000060999book19700.70Arnold, A. JamesPaul Valery and his critics; a bibliography. French-language criticism, 1890-1927Bibliography36310ocn030594575book19940.76Arnold, A. JamesA history of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+78514610062622ocn666220260book20110.66Césaire, AiméSolar throat slashed : the unexpurgated 1948 editionSoleil cou coupé (Solar Throat Slashed) is Aimé Césaire's most explosive collection of poetry. Animistically dense, charged with eroticism and blasphemy, and imbued with an African and Vodun spirituality, this book takes the French surrealist adventure to new heights and depths. A Césaire poem is an intersection at which metaphoric traceries create historically aware nexuses of thought and experience, jagged solidarity, apocalyptic surgery, and solar dynamite. The original 1948 French edition of Soleil cou coupé has a dense magico-religious frame of reference. In the late 1950s, Césaire was increasingly politically focused and seeking a wider audience, when he, in effect, gelded the 1948 text--eliminating 31 of the 72 poems, and editing another 29. Until now, only the revised 1961 edition, called Cadastre, has been translated. The revised text lacks the radical originality of Soleil cou coupé. This Wesleyan edition presents all the original poems en face with the new English translations.--From publisher description+-+75252046352367ocn000874626book19730.79Arnold, A. JamesGenèse et critique d'un autobiographie: Les mots de Jean-Paul SartreCriticism, interpretation, etc1974ocn133163775file20010.53English- and Dutch-speaking regionsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+469566330617610ocn011278973book19840.63Camus, AlbertCaligulaFictionDramaThéâtre avec treize personnages principaux: trois femmes, dix hommes1463ocn083260764com20000.86Arnold, A. JamesBOREAS TF-2 SSA-OA tethersonde meteorological and ozone data1182ocn810111367book20130.76Césaire, AiméThe original 1939 notebook of A return to the native land : bilingual editionAimé Césaire's masterpiece, Notebook of a Return to the Native Land, is a work of immense cultural significance and beauty. This long poem was the beginning of Césaire's quest for négritude, and it became an anthem of blacks around the world. Commentary on Césaire's work has often focused on its Cold War and inticolonialist rhetoric - material that Césaire only added in 1956. The original 1939 version of the poem, here in French and in its first English translation, reveals a work that is both spiritual and cultural in structure, tone, and thrust. This Wesleyan edition includes the original illustrations by Wilfredo Lam, and an introduction, notes, and chronology by A. James Arnold. --from inside jacket1044ocn016131057book19840.93Césaire 70Criticism, interpretation, etc758ocn070756974book20010.50A history of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etcFor the first time the Dutch-speaking regions of the Caribbean and Suriname are brought into fruitful dialogue with another major American literature, that of the anglophone Caribbean. The results are as stimulating as they are unexpected. The editors have coordinated the work of a distinguished international team of specialists. Read separately or as a set of three volumes, the History of Literature in the Caribbean is designed to serve as the primary reference book in this area. The reader can follow the comparative evolution of a literary genre or plot the development of a set of historical+-+4695663306692ocn688495579book20100.98Aimé Césaire à l'œuvre : actes du colloque internationalCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings335ocn060272953book19970.47A history of literature in the CaribbeanCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7851461006321ocn011844800book19850.95Artaud, AntoninChanson323ocn867499983book20130.97Césaire, AiméPoésie, théâtre, essais et discours303ocn190850781book20080.84Caribbean(s) on the move : archipiélagos literarios del Caribe : a transarea symposiumConference proceedings+-+7162106818+-+4695663306+-+4695663306Fri Mar 21 15:31:58 EDT 2014batch16540