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Framing the word : gender and genre in Caribbean women's writing

Author: Joan Anim-Addo
Publisher: London : Whiting and Birch ; Concord, MA, USA : Paul and Co., Publishers' Consortium, 1996.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Framing the word.
London : Whiting and Birch ; Concord, MA, USA : Paul and Co., Publishers' Consortium, 1996
(OCoLC)605496897
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Anim-Addo
ISBN: 1871177960 9781871177961 187117791X 9781871177916
OCLC Number: 35710725
Description: xiii, 260 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Framing the word: Caribbean women's writing / Merle Collins --
En-gendering spaces: the poetry of Marlene Nourbese Philip and Pamela Mordecai / Elaine Savory --
Writing for resistance: nationalism and narratives of liberation / Alison Donnell --
Jamaica Kincaid's prismatic self and the decolonisation of language and thought / Giovanna Covi --
Figures of silence and orality in the poetry of M. Nourbese Philip / David Marriott --
Saint Lucien Lawòz and Lamagwit songs within the Caribbean and African tradition / Morgan Dalphinis --
Keeping tradition alive / Jean Buffong --
New encounters: availability, acceptability and accessibility of new literature from Caribbean women / Susanna Steele and Joan Anim-Addo in conversation --
Children should be seen and spoken to: or writing for and about children / Thelma Perkins --
'A world of Caribbean romance': reformulating the legend of love or 'can a caress be culturally specific?' / Jane Bryce --
Houses and homes: Elizabeth Jolley's Mr Scobie's riddle and Beryl Gilroy's Frangipani house / Mary Condé --
Women writers in twentieth century Cuba: an eight-point survey / Catherine Davies --
Patterns of resistance in Afro-Cuban women's writing: Nancy Morejón's 'Amo a mi amo' / Conrad James --
Encoding the voice: Caribbean women's writing and Creole / Susanne Mühleisen --
Surinam women writers and issues of translation / Petronella Breinburg --
Frangipani house / Beryl Gilroy --
'One of the most beautiful islands in the world and one of the unluckiest': Jean Rhys and Dominican national identity / Thorunn Lonsdale --
Audacity and outcome: writing African-Caribbean womanhood / Joan Anim-Addo --
Coming out of repression: Lakshmi Persaud's Butterfly in the wind / Kenneth Ramchand.
Responsibility: edited by Joan Anim-Addo.

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