Caribbean Women Writers is a collection of scholarly articles on the fiction of selected Caribbean women writers from Antigua, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad. It includes not only close critical analysis of texts by Erna Brodber, Dionne Brand, Zee Edgell, Jamaica Kincaid, Paule Marshall, Pauline Melville, Jean Rhys and Olive Senior, but also personal statements from the writers Merle Collins, Beryl Gilroy, Vernella Fuller and Velma Pollard.
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LAURA NIESEN DE ABRUNA Ithaca College MERLE COLLINS Writer ALISON DONNELL Nottingham Trent University VERNELLA FULLER Writer BERYL GILROY Writer HEIDI SLETTEDAHL Central Lancashire University DENISE DECAIRES NARAIN University of Sussex ADELE S. NEWSON Florida International University VELMA POLLARD Writer CHARLOTTE STURGESS University of Tours SARAH LAWSON WELSH University College of Ripon and YorkReview:
The volume reflects the growing, well-deserved interdisciplinary interest in the region. Choice
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