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A reader's guide to Westindian and Black British literature

Author: David Dabydeen; Nana Wilson-Tagoe; Floraine Eastelow
Publisher: London, England : Hansib, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd rev. edView all editions and formats
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Aimed at the UK schools' literary and multicultural curriculum, this text charts the highly productive and rewarding terrain of West Indian and black English literature.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Führer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Dabydeen; Nana Wilson-Tagoe; Floraine Eastelow
ISBN: 187051842X 9781870518420
OCLC Number: 38271900
Notes: "A Hansib educational publication"--Cover.
Description: 190 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: pt. 1. West Indian literature --
sec. 1. Introduction --
sec. 2. Selected themes in West Indian literature --
pt. 2. Black British literature --
sec. 1. Introduction --
sec. 2. Notions of 'otherness' in British literature on Blacks --
sec. 3. Black British literature.
Other Titles: Reader's guide to West Indian and Black British literature
Responsibility: David Dabydeen and Nana Wilson-Tagoe ; [with additional material by Floraine Eastelow].

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Aimed at the UK schools' literary and multicultural curriculum, this text charts the highly productive and rewarding terrain of West Indian and black English literature.

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