Fifty Caribbean Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook

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FIFTY CARIBBEAN WRITERS
A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CRITICAL SOURCEBOOK

EDITED BY DARYL CUMBER DANCE

GREENWOOD PRESS New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • COPYRIGHT ACKNOWLEDGMENTS v
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Phyllis Shand Allfrey (1915) 9
  • Bibliography 17
  • Michael Anthony (1932) 19
  • Bibliography 24
  • Lindsay Barrett (1941) 26
  • Bibliography 34
  • Louise Bennett (1919) 35
  • Bibliography 44
  • Dionne Brand (1953) 46
  • Bibliography 57
  • Edward Kamau Brathwaite (1930) 58
  • Bibliography 68
  • Erna Brodber (1940) 71
  • Bibliography 81
  • Wayne Vincent Brown (1944) 83
  • Bibliography 95
  • Jan Carew (1925) 96
  • Bibliography 107
  • Martin Wylde Carter (1927) 108
  • Austin Clarke (1934) 115
  • Frank Collymore (1893-1980) 122
  • O. R. Dathorne (1934) 133
  • Bibliography 140
  • Neville Dawes (1926-1984) 141
  • Bibliography 149
  • Reinhard W. Sander Ralph de Boissiére (1907) 151
  • Jean D'Costa (1937) 160
  • Bibliography 165
  • Herbert George de Lisser (1878-1944) 166
  • Bibliography 176
  • John Joseph Maria Figueroa (1920) 178
  • Bibliography 186
  • Wilson Harris (1921) 187
  • Bibliography 194
  • John Hearne (1926) 198
  • Bibliography 206
  • Roy A. K. Heath (1926) 207
  • Bibliography 216
  • Frank E. M. Hercules (1917) 217
  • Bibliography 222
  • Merle Hodge (1944) 224
  • Bibliography 228
  • C. L. R. James (1901) 229
  • Bibliography 237
  • Marion Patrick Jones (1934) 239
  • Ismith Khan (1925) 246
  • Jamaica Kincaid (1949) 255
  • Bibliography 263
  • George Lamming (1927) 264
  • Bibliography 273
  • Earl Lovelace (1935) 276
  • Bibliography 282
  • Claude McKay (1889-1948) 284
  • Bibliography 292
  • Anthony McNeill (1941) 294
  • Bibliography 302
  • Roger Mais (1905-1955) 303
  • Bibliography 317
  • Alfred H. Mendes (1897) 318
  • Bibliography 325
  • Edgar Mittelholzer (1909-1965) 327
  • Bibliography 338
  • Mervyn Morris (1937) 341
  • Bibliography 356
  • V. S. Naipaul (1932) 357
  • Bibliography 365
  • Orlando Patterson (1940) 368
  • Bibliography 376
  • Vic Reid (1911) 377
  • Bibliography 388
  • Jean Rhys (1890-1979) 390
  • Bibliography 401
  • Garth St. Omer (1931) 405
  • Bibliography 416
  • Andrew Salkey (1928) 418
  • Bibliography 425
  • Dennis Scott (1939) 428
  • Bibliography 437
  • Samuel Dickson Selvon (1923) 439
  • Bibliography 448
  • A. J. Seymour (1914) 450
  • Michael Thelwell (1939) 457
  • Bibliography 461
  • Derek Walcott (1930) 462
  • Bibliography 470
  • Eric Walrond (1898-1966) 474
  • Bibliography 481
  • Denis Williams (1923) 483
  • Bibliography 491
  • Francis Williams (1700-1770) 493
  • Bibliography 497
  • Sylvia Wynter (1928) 498
  • Bibliography 506
  • General Bibliography 509
  • Index 511
  • Contributors 525
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