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The Novels of Samuel Selvon: A Critical Study
Introduction The Peasant Novels A Brighter Sun Turn Again Tiger The Plans of Caroni Those Who Eat the Cascadura The Middle-Class Novels An Island is a World I Hear Thunder The Immigrant Novels TheExpand
Morbidity and Mortality of Renal Dialysis: An NIH Consensus Conference Statement
Before 1960, end-stage renal disease was uniformly fatal. However, with the development by Wayne Quinton and Belding Scribner of an external shunt to provide repeated vascular access and the use ofExpand
Morbidity and mortality of renal dialysis
The heroism thatcharacterizesSelvon s first novel, A BrighterSun (1952), in an important way, continues in The Plains ofCaroni (1969), a work that resulted from an eighteen-month stay in Trinidad,Expand
Selvon and the limits of heroism: a reading of The Plains of Caroni
Recurrence des figures du paysan trinidien et de l'immigrant antillais dans les recits de S. Selvon. Le traitement compare de la tradition heroique dans The plains of Caroni et The Old Man and theExpand
Sam Selvon's "I Hear Thunder": An Assessment
The Bittersweet Comedy of Sonny Ladoo: A Reading of "Yesterdays"
H A R O L D S O N N Y L A D O O died on 17 August 1973, a s a result of a brutal physical attack, West Indian literature lost what most surely would have become a major voice. For i n two smallExpand
"Balanced/in Pain": A Study of the Male/Female Relationship in the Poetry of Mervyn Morris
Morris's images and imagistic contexts are surprisingly varied. In three modest volumes of poetry, he draws images from such divergent sources as music, the circus, revolution, the colonial past,Expand
Sex and death in the West Indian novel of adolescence
Analyse de la place de la mort et de la sexualite, d'un point de vue comique ou tragique, dans plusieurs romans antillais pour adolescents : importance de ces experiences au niveau de l'evolutionExpand