Год издания: 2005
Количество страниц: 278
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Structured around readings of "critical moments" in the literary history of the Anglophone Caribbean, this book examines: *what it is that we read when we approach Caribbean Literature *how it is that we read it and *what critical, ideological and historical pressures may have shaped our choices and approaches. It is, then, in part a historiography of Caribbean literary history and criticism, and in part a supplement to that history. The author explores new textual peepholes, different critical approaches and alternative moments that allow us to re-examine the way in which twentieth-century Caribbean literature in English may be read and understood from a point at the beginning of the twenty-first century. In its discussions of the issues and debates about cultural politics, ethnicity, gender and sexuality, Twentieth Century Caribbean Literature makes important interventions in the current configuration of Caribbean literary criticism and history.