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HEMANS, DONNA

Down, Lorna. “Navigating the Web of Place: Trapped Identities in Donna Hemans’ River Woman.” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 2.1 (2004).

Shea, Renée Hausmann. “The New Voice of a Graceful Lady: An Interview with Donna Hemans.”

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Anatol, Giselle Liza. “A Feminist Reading of Soucouyants in Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring and Skin Folk.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 37.3 (2004): 33Batty, Nancy. “Interview - “Caught by a...genre”: An Interview with Nalo Hopkinson.” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature (Calgary) 33.1 (2002): 175-201.

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O’Callaghan, Evelyn. “Settling into ‘Unhomliness’: Displacement in Selected Caribbean and Caribbean Canadian Women’s Writing.” Kunapipi: Journal of Postcolonial Writing 26.1 (2004): 182-95.

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JOHNSON, LINTON KWESI

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MAIS, ROGER

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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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Bogle, Enid. “Driven to Madness: Psycho-Social Tensions in Two Caribbean Female Characters.” Zora Neale Hurston Forum 4.1 (1989): 9-17.

Brathwaite, Edward Kamau. “Introduction to Brother Man by Roger Mais.” Brother Man. London:

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Carr, Bill. “Roger Mais: Design From a Legend.” The Caribbean Quarterly 13.March (1967): 3-28.

Codina, Iverna. “Las montañas jubilosas: Una novela reveladora.” Casa de las Américas 114 (1979):

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Creary (now D’Costa), Jean. “A Prophet Armed: The Novels of Roger Mais.” The Islands in Between.

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D’Costa, Jean. Roger Mais: ‘The Hills Were Joyful Together’ and ‘Brother Man’. London: Longman, 1978.

Dathorne, Oscar R. “Roger Mais: The Man on the Cross.” Studies in the Novel 4 (1972): 275-83.

Davies, Barrie. “The Novels of Roger Mais.” The International Fiction Review: A Biannual Periodical Devoted to International Fiction 1 (1974): 140-43.

Dawes, Kwame S. N. “Violence and Patriarchy: Male Domination in Roger Mais’s Brother Man.” Ariel:

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Grandison, Winnifred. “The Prose Style of Roger Mais.” Jamaica Journal 8. March (1974): 48-54.

Harder, Bernie. “Roger Mais’ Vision of Identity and Social Reform: The Hills Were Joyful Together.” Forging Identities and Patterns of Development in Latin America and the Caribbean = Le façonnement d’identités et modèles de développement en Amérique latine et aux Caraïbes.

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Hawthorne, Evelyn J. “Power from Within: Christianity, Rastafarianism, and Obeah in the Novels of Roger Mais.” The Journal of West Indian Literature 2.2 (1988): 23-32.

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Ogunyemi, Chikwenye Okonjo. “From a Goat Path in Africa: Roger Mais and Jean Toomer.” Obsidian:

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Ramchand, Kenneth. “The Achievement of Roger Mais.” The West Indian Novel and its Background.

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Williamson, Karina. “Roger Mais: West Indian Novelist.” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 2 (1967): 138-47.

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MARSON, UNA MAUD

Covi, Giovanna. “The Voice of the Caribbean in New York: Una Marson.” America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Siracusa: Grafià, 2003. 207-16.

Donnell, Alison. “Contradictory (W)omens? Gender Consciousness in the Poetry of Una Marson.” Kunapipi: Journal of Postcolonial Writing XVII.3 (1995): 43-58.

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Echevarría, Ana M. Performing Subversion: A Comparative Study of Caribbean Women Playwrights.

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MATURA, MUSTAPHA

Döring, Tobias. “Dislocating Stages: Mustapha Matura’s Caribbean Rewriting of Synge and Chekhov.” European Journal of English Studies 2.1 (1998): 78-93.

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MCKAY, CLAUDE

Bajeux, Jean-Claude. Antilia retrouvée. La poésie noire antillaise à travers l’œuvre de Claude Mckay, Luis Palés Matos, Aimé Césaire. Dissertation Abstracts International XXXVIII (1977): 780A.

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Barksdale, Richard K. “Symbolism and Irony in McKay’s Home to Harlem.” College Language Association Journal 15.March 1972 (1972): 338-44.

Barros, Paul de. “‘The Loud Music of Life’: Representations of Jazz in the Novels of Claude McKay.” The Antioch Review: A National Quarterly 57.3 (1999): 306 (12).

Brown Rose, Josie Ann. ‘Claiming the Old Country and That Man’s Country’: Dual Criticism in the Transnational Space: Caribbean Literature in America. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64[1], 148-49. 2003. State University of New York, Stony Brook. 2002.



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