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A history of literature in the Caribbean. / vol. 1, Hispanic and francophone regions

Author: Albert James ArnoldJ Michael DashJosephine V ArnoldJulio Rodríguez-LuisNatalie M HoustonAll authors
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins, cop. 1994.
Series: A comparative history of literatures in European languages, 10.
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This history charts the literature of the entire Caribbean, the islands as well as continental littoral, as one cultural region. It establishes a common grid for reading literatures that have been  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert James Arnold; J Michael Dash; Josephine V Arnold; Julio Rodríguez-Luis; Natalie M Houston; Marie A Hertzler
ISBN: 1556196016 9781556196010 9027234426 9789027234421
OCLC Number: 489874672
Description: 1 vol. (XVIII-579 p.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Charting the Caribbean as a Literary Region (by Arnold, A. James), pxiii-xviii; 2. Hispanic literature (edited by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio); 3. Introduction (by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio), p3-6; 4. Language, Popular and Literate Cultures, Regions; 5. The History of Literary Language (by Lopez Morales, Humberto), p9-23; 6. Popular and Literate Cultures; 7. Education in the Hispanic Antilles (by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio), p27-34; 8. Listening to the Reader: The Working-Class Cultural Project in Cuba and Puerto Rico (by Rodriguez Castro, Maria Elena), p35-45; 9. Islands and Territories; 10. Dominican Literature and Its Criticism: Anatomy of a Troubled Identity (by Torres-Saillant, Silvio), p49-64; 11. Colombian Literature (by Menton, Seymour), p65-73; 12. West Indian Writing in Central America (by Smart, Ian I.), p75-83; 13. North of the Caribbean: An Outline for a History of Spanish-Caribbean Literature in the United States (by Barradas, Efrain), p85-94; 14. Afterword (by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio), p95-97; 15. Literary Genres; 16. Introduction (by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio), p101; 17. The Colonial Period to the Early Nineteenth Century (All Genres); 18. Colonial Voices of the Hispanic Caribbean (by Chang-Rodriguez, Raquel), p111; 19. From Romanticism Through Modernismo and Naturalism; 20. Fiction (by Alonso, Carlos J.), p141; 21. The Poetic Production of Cuba, Puerto Rico and The Dominican Republic in the Nineteenth Century (by Schulman, Ivan A.), p155; 22. The Twentieth Century; 23. The Novel (by Siemens, William L.), p177; 24. The Short Story in the Hispanic Antilles (by Luis, William), p191; 25. The Caribbean's Contribution to the Boom (by Pellon, Gustavo), p209; 26. Poetry (by Bejel, Emilio), p221; 27. The Theater (by Cypess, Sandra M.), p239; 28. The Essay (by Earle, Peter), p263; 29. Literature and Politics in the Cuban Revolution: The Historical Image (by Mendez Rodenas, Adriana), p283; 30. Conclusions (by Rodriguez-Luis, Julio), p295; 31. Francophone literature (edited by Dash, J. Michael); 32. Introduction (by Dash, J. Michael), p309; 33. Language, Popular and Literate Cultures, Regions; 34. The Formation and Evolution of a Literary Discourse: One, Two, or Three Literatures? (by Fleischmann, Ulrich), p317; 35. Popular and Literate Cultures; 36. Literature and Folklore in the Francophone Caribbean (by Laroche, Maximilien), p341; 37. The Caribbean in Metropolitan French Writing (by Antoine, Regis), p349; 38. Islands and Territories; 39. Haitian Sensibility (by Hoffmann, Leon-Francois), p365; 40. Martinique and Guadeloupe: Time and Space (by Hezekiah, Randolph), p379; 41. French Guiana (by Jones, Bridget), p389; 42. Conclusions (by Dash, J. Michael), p399; 43. Literary Genres; 44. Introduction (by Dash, J. Michael), p407; 45. The Novel; 46. Novels of Social and Political Protest to the 1950s (by Case, Frederick Ivor), p415; 47. A New Cry: From the 1960s to the 1980s (by Shelton, Marie-Denise), p427; 48. Realism Redefined: The Subjective Vision (by Ormerod, Beverley), p435; 49. Exile and Recent Literature (by Dash, J. Michael), p451; 50. Poetry; 51. Poetry Before Negritude (by Corzani, Jack), p465; 52. Negritude: Then and Now (by Arnold, A. James), p479; 53. New Voices (by Morrison, Anthea), p485; 54. Theater; 55. Marronnage and the Canon: Theater to the Negritude Era (by Silenieks, Juris), p507; 56. Toward creolite: Postnegritude Developments (by Silenieks, Juris), p517; 57. Essay; 58. Before and Beyond Negritude (by Dash, J. Michael), p529; 59. Colonialism as Neurosis: Frantz Fanon (by Knight, Vere), p547; 60. The Essay and / in History (by Arnold, A. James), p559; 61. Index to Names, p567
Series Title: A comparative history of literatures in European languages, 10.
Responsibility: edited by A. James Arnold ; subeditors Julio Rodríguez-Luis, J. Michael Dash ; at-Large editors Josephine V. Arnold, Marie A. Hertzler, Natalie M. Houston.
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