2 edition of Sentencing in the anglophone Caribbean found in the catalog.
Sentencing in the anglophone Caribbean
Delroy H. Chuck
|Statement||by Delroy Chuck.|
|Series||Working papers on Caribbean society., no. 4|
|LC Classifications||KGL5975.7 .C48 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||87402537|
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This book is about the ubiquitous representation of various forms of mental illness, breakdown and psychopathology in Caribbean literature. It argues that much remains to be done in rethinking the trope of madness across Caribbean literature by local and diaspora writers.
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This book is the first to analyse how BBC radio presented Anglophone Caribbean literature and in turn aided and influenced the shape of imaginative writing in the region. Glyne A. Griffith examines Caribbean Voices broadcasts to the region over a fifteen-year period and reveals that though the program’s funding was.
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the material dissemination of Anglophone Caribbean literature and generic interfaces with film and visual art; This volume is an essential text that brings together sixty-nine entries from scholars across three generations of Caribbean literary studies, ranging from foundational critical voices to emergent scholars in the s: 2.
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Caribbean Literary Discourse is a study of the multicultural, multilingual, and Creolized languages that characterize Caribbean discourse, especially as reflected in the language choices that preoccupy creative writers. Caribbean Literary Discourse opens the challenging world of language choices and literary experiments characteristic of the multicultural and multilingual Caribbean.
The Caribbean is demanding ‘reparative justice’ for the greatest crime against humanity in the history of the world – the Trans-Atlantic trade in captive Africans. This book advances logical, practical and rational arguments to support the case for reparative justice, but avoids regurgitating some of the discredited claims made by other.
Anglophone definition is - consisting of or belonging to an English-speaking population especially in a country where two or more languages are spoken.
The first permanent English colonies were founded at Saint Kitts () and Barbados (). The English language is the third most established throughout the Caribbean; however, due to the relatively small populations of the English-speaking territories, only 14% of West Indians are English speakers.
English is the official language of about 18 Caribbean territories inhabited by about 6. For the first time the Dutch-speaking regions of the Caribbean and Suriname are brought into fruitful dialogue with another major American literature, that of the anglophone Caribbean.
The results are as stimulating as they are unexpected. The editors have coordinated the work of a distinguished international team of specialists. Read separately or as a set of three volumes, the History of 1/5(2). Get this from a library. The BBC and the development of anglophone Caribbean literature [Glyne A Griffith] -- This book is the first to analyse how BBC radio presented Anglophone Caribbean literature and in turn aided and influenced the shape of imaginative writing.
Kenneth M. Bilby (born ) is an American anthropologist, ethnomusicologist, and published works include the books Words of Our Mouth, Meditations of Our Heart: Pioneering Musicians of Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, and Dancehall (), Enacting Power: The Criminalization of Obeah in the Anglophone Caribbean, (; with Jerome S.
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