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Caribbean Discourse: Selected Essays
Selected essays from the rich and complex collection of Edouard Glissant, one of the most prominent writers and intellectuals of the Caribbean, examine the psychological, sociological, andExpand
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Haiti and the United States: National Stereotypes and the Literary Imagination
Preface - Acknowledgements - Chronology - Through the Eyes of the Other: Stereotypes of the Nineteenth Century - Through the Looking Glass: Textual Politics and the American Occupation - Dreaming theExpand
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Culture and Customs of Haiti
Series Foreword Context The People and Society Religion Social Customs Mass Media and Cinema Literature and Language The Performing Arts The Visual Arts and Architecture Index
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The Other America: Caribbean Literature in a New World Context
A wide-ranging work that explores two centuries of Caribbean literature from a comparative perspective. While haunted by the need to establish cultural difference and authenticity, Caribbean thoughtExpand
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Le Je de l'autre: Surrealist Ethnographers and the Francophone Caribbean
LE SURREALISME S’EST EVANOUI? C’est qu’il n’est plus ici ou la: il est partout. C’est un fantome, une brillante hantise. A son tour, metamorphose meritee, il est devenu surreel.”2 Maurice Blanchot’sExpand
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Jacques Roumain: The Marxist Counterpoint
In the ideological ferment of the post-Occupation period it is tempting to see Jacques Roumain as simply an earnest doctrinaire Marxist whose beliefs provided an antidote to the excesses ofExpand
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