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Shifting homelands, travelling identities : writers of the Caribbean diaspora

Author: Jasbir Jain; Supriya Agarwal
Publisher: Kingston ; Miami : Ian Randle, 2009.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jasbir Jain; Supriya Agarwal
ISBN: 9789766373665 9766373663
OCLC Number: 403480086
Description: ix, 288 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Shaping the environment : sugar plantation or life after / Cyril Dabydeen --
Teaching West Indian literature in Britain / David Dabydeen --
Inventions of auto-narratives in Braithwaite and Phillips / Jasbir Jain --
Images of the Caribbean in the early works of Jean Rhys / Manveen Brar --
Between two cultures : a look at Seepersad Naipaul's stories / Purabi Panwar --
The Indo-Caribbean short story : negotiations between social identity and self-concept / Sudha Rai --
The politics of historical reconstruction : a study of V.S. Naipaul's The loss of El Dorado and A way in the world / Vishnupriya Sengupta --
Negotiating V.S. Naipaul / Cyril Dabydeen --
Metaphors of disintegration in Shiva Naipaul's The chip chip gatherers / Madhuri Chatterjee --
Rites of passage : George Lamming's In the castle of my skin / Nidhi Singh --
Race of races in Sam Selvon's Those who eat the cascadura / M. Rosary Royar --
Conflict and resolution : Selvon's The plains of Caroni / Supriya Agarwal --
Creating an independent reality : Sam Selvon's An island is a world / Charu Mathur --
Diverse cultural icons and codes in Paule Marshall's Praisesong for the widow / Asma Shamail --
Negotiating interstitial spaces : Itwaru's Shanti and The unreturning / Mini Nanda --
Cultural transformation in diaspora : Arnold Harrichand Itwaru's Shanti / Indira Babbellapati --
Re-locating alter(native) voices of silence in Lakshmi Persaud's Raise the lanterns high / Jayita Sengupta --
'I cannot always be a little you' : daughter-mother (country) relationship in Jamaica Kincaid's Annie John / Punam Gupta --
Identity, subjectivity and voice : a reading of Austin Clarke's The polished hoe / C. Vijayshree --
An interview with Ramabai Espinet / Elaine Savory.
Other Titles: Writers of the Caribbean diaspora
Responsibility: edited by Jasbir Jain & Supriya Agarwal.

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