Caribbean literary discourse [electronic resource] : voice and cultural identity in the Anglophone Caribbean / Barbara Lalla, Jean D'Costa, and Velma Pollard
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Fusing forms and languages: the Jamaican experience -- Songs in the silence: literary craft as survival in eighteenth-century Jamaica / Jean D'Costa -- Black wholes: phases in the development of Jamaican literary discourse / Barbara Lalla -- The Caribbean novelist and language: a search for a literary medium / Jean D'Costa -- To us, all flowers are roses: writing ourselves into the literature of the Caribbean / Velma Pollard -- Creole and respec': authority and identity in the development of Caribbean literary discourse / Barbara Lalla -- Bra Rabbit meets Peter Rabbit: genre, audience, and the artistic imagination--problems in writing children's fiction / Jean D'Costa -- "The dust": a tribute to the folk / Velma Pollard -- Collapsing certainty and the discourse of re-memberment in the novels of Merle Hodge / Barbara Lalla -- Cultural connections in Paule Marshall's Praise song for the widow / Velma Pollard -- Louise Bennett's dialect poetry: language variation in a literary text / Jean D'Costa -- Conceptual perspectives on time and timelessness in Martin Carter's "university of hunger" / Barbara Lalla -- Mixing codes and mixing voices: language in Earl Lovelace's Salt / Velma Pollard -- Opening salt: the oral-scribal continuum in Caribbean narrative / Barbara Lalla -- Mothertongue voices in the writing of Olive Senior and Lorna Goodison / Velma Pollard -- The facetiness factor: theorizing Caribbean space in narrative / Barbara Lalla.
- 9780817318079 (trade cloth : alk. paper)
9780817387020 (e book)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-265) and index.
View MARC record | catkey: 19537699