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Zackodnik, Teresa. “‘Writing Home’ Claire Harris’s Drawing Down a Daughter.” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature (Calgary) 30.3 (1999): 163-90.

HEATH, ROY AUBREY KELVIN

Akoma, Chiji Russell. “Folklore and the African-Carribean Narrative Imagination: The Example of Roy Heath.” Research in African Literatures 29.3 (1998): 82-97.

Akoma, Chiji Russell. Between the Spoken and the Written: Folklore and the Afro-Diasporic Narrative.

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Birbalsingh, Frank M. “Roy A. K. Heath: Continuing Colonialism.” Frontiers of Caribbean Literatures in English. Ed. Frank M. Birbalsingh.New York: St. Martin’s, 1996. 68-85.

Boxill, Anthony. “Penetrating the Hinterland: Roy Heath’s Guyana Trilogy.” World Literature Written in English 29.1 (1989): 103-10.

Heath, Roy. “Interview.” Interviews with Writers of the Post-Colonial World. Ed. Feroza F. Jussawalla and Reed Way Dasenbrock. Jackson;London: University Press of Mississippi, 1992. 117-39.

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Kanaganayakam, Chelva. “Roy Heath and the Curse of the Dissembler.” Caribana 5 (1996): 141-50.

McWatt, Mark A. “Tragic Irony: The Hero As Victim: Three Novels of Roy A. K. Heath.” Critical Issues in West Indian Literature. Ed. Erika Sollish Smilowitz, Roberta Quarles Knowles, and Lloyd W.

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Saakana, Amon Saba. Colonization and the Destruction of the Mind: Psychosocial Issues of Race, Class, Religion and Sexuality in the Novels of Roy Heath. London: Karnak House, 1996.

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KING-ARIBISALA, KAREN

Sadda, Hoda el. “Parodic Stylization as a Safeguard of ‘Human Rights’: Cultural Politics in AfroCaribbean Writing.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics 13 (1993): 106.

MELVILLE, PAULINE

Condé, Maryse. “Where Myths Meet: A British Caribbean Fiction.” Britishness and Cultural Studies:

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Savory Fido, Elaine. “Mathematical Limbs and Other Eventualities: Translocation of the Body in Pauline Melville’s Shape-Shifter.” New Literatures Review 30 (1995): 47-57.

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MITTELHOLZER, EDGAR

Bass, Margaret Kent. “Race, Class, and Gender in Four West Indian Novels: Pitch Lake, Corentyne Thunder, The Hills Were Joyful Together, Wide Sargasso Sea.” Imagination, Emblems and Expressions: Essays on Latin American, Caribbean, and Continental Culture and Identity. Ed.

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Guckian, Patrick. “The Balance of Colour: A Re-Assessment of the Work of Edgar Mittelholzer.” Jamaica Journal 4. March (1970): 38-45.

Howard, William J. “Edgar Mittelholzer’s Tragic Vision.” The Caribbean Quarterly 16. December (1970): 19-28.

Huggan, Graham. “Ghost Stories, Bone Flutes, Cannibal Countermemory.” Cannibalism and the Colonial World. Ed. Francis Barker, Peter Hulme, and Margaret Iversen. Cultural Margins (CUMA). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1998. 126-41.

King, Bruce. West Indian Literature. Ed. Bruce King. London: Macmillan, 1979.

Mittelholzer, Jacqueline. “The Idyll and the Warior: Recollections of Edgar Mittelholzer.” Bim 19. June (1983): 33-89.

Pointer, Jacqueline. “The English Novel in the Twentieth Century: 9 - Edgar Mittelholzer - A Wife’s Memoir.” The Contemporary Review 269.1568 (1996): 143-47.

Rickards, Colin. “A Tribute to Edgar Mittelholzer.” Bim 11.January-June (1966): 98-105.

Seymour, A. J. “An Introduction to the Novels of Edgar Mittelholzer.” Kyk-over-al 8. December (1958):

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NAGAMOOTOO, MOSES

Mehta, Brinda J. “Kali, Gangamai, and Dougla Consciousness in Moses Nagamootoo’s Hendree’s Cure.” Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters 27.2 (2004): 542-60.

NICHOLS, GRACE

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PHILLIPS, MIKE

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RODNEY, WALTER

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