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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This volume brings together prominent writers from the English, French, Spanish, and Dutch speaking Caribbean in an examination of creolization and its impact upon the region's literary production. It is especially noteworthy for the broad spectrum of Caribbean nationalities it includes: writers from Cuba, Curacao, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Panama, Suriname, and Tobago. Together, they are engaged in redefining Caribbean identity and esthetics, and their reflections on this process trace the evolution of a dynamic regional literature and identity out of materials displaced amid the movement of colonial empires and nationalistic and economic upheavals. The collection addresses a number of controversial issues, among them the survival of racism in mestizaje cultures of Hispanic nations of the Caribbean, the opposing theories of the history and development of Papiamento and Haitian Creole, and the role of Creole languages in the production of consciousness and literature. Contents Antillean Journey, by Daniel Maximin Part I: Creolization and the Creative Imagination Creoleness: The Crossroads of a Civilization? by Wilson Harris The Caribbean: Marvelous Cradle-Hammock and Painful Cornucopia, by Carlos Guillermo Wilson Who's Afraid of the Winti Spirit? by Astrid H. Roemer Three Words toward Creolization, by Antonio Bentez-Rojo Dominicanyorkness: A Metropolitan Discovery of the Triangle, by Sherezada (Chiqui) Vicioso Where Are All the Others? by Erna Brodber A Brief History of My Country, by Lourdes Vzquez Part II: Creolization, Literature, and the Politics of Language Writing and Creole Language Politics: Voice and Story, by Merle Collins The Stakes of Crolit , by Ernest Ppin and Raphal Confiant Crolit without Creole Language? By Maryse Cond The Victory of the Concubines and the Nannies, by Frank Martinus Arion The Process of Creolization in Haiti and the Pitfalls of the Graphic Form, by Jean Mtellus Race, Space, and the Poetics of Moving, by M. Nourbese Philip Afterword, by Yanick Lahens Kathleen M. Balutansky is associate professor of English at Saint Michael's College and author of The Novels of Alex La Guma and of several articles on Caribbean women writers . Marie-Agnes Sourieau is assistant professor of French at Fairfield University and author of articles on Francophone Caribbean literature in Callaloo , French Review, and elsewhere. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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This volume brings together prominent writers from the English, French, Spanish, and Dutch speaking Caribbean in an examination of creolization and its impact upon the region?s literary production.  It is especially noteworthy for the broad spectrum of Caribbean nationalities it includes: writers from Cuba, Curacao, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Panama, Suriname, and Tobago.  Together, they are engaged in redefining Caribbean identity and esthetics, and their reflections on this process trace the evolution of a dynamic regional literature and identity out of materials displaced amid the movement of colonial empires and nationalistic and economic upheavals.

The collection addresses a number of controversial issues, among them the survival of racism in mestizaje cultures of Hispanic nations of the Caribbean, the opposing theories of the history and development of Papiamento and Haitian Creole, and the role of Creole languages in the production of consciousness and literature.
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Antillean Journey, by Daniel Maximin
Part I: Creolization and the Creative Imagination  
Creoleness: The Crossroads of a Civilization? by Wilson Harris
The Caribbean: Marvelous Cradle-Hammock and Painful Cornucopia, by Carlos Guillermo Wilson
Who's Afraid of the Winti Spirit? by Astrid H. Roemer
Three Words toward Creolization, by Antonio Benítez-Rojo
Dominicanyorkness: A Metropolitan Discovery of the Triangle, by Sherezada (Chiqui) Vicioso
Where Are All the Others? by Erna Brodber
A Brief History of My Country, by Lourdes Vázquez

Part II: Creolization, Literature, and the Politics of Language  
Writing and Creole Language Politics: Voice and Story, by Merle Collins
The Stakes of Créolité, by Ernest Pépin and Raphaël Confiant
Créolité without Creole Language? By Maryse Condé
The Victory of the Concubines and the Nannies, by Frank Martinus Arion
The Process of Creolization in Haiti and the Pitfalls of the Graphic Form, by Jean Métellus
Race, Space, and the Poetics of Moving, by M. Nourbese Philip

Afterword, by Yanick Lahens  

Kathleen M. Balutansky is associate professor of English at Saint Michael's College and author of The Novels of Alex La Guma and of several articles on Caribbean women writers. Marie-Agnes Sourieau is assistant professor of French at Fairfield University and author of articles on Francophone Caribbean literature in Callaloo, French Review, and elsewhere.

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Buchbeschreibung University Press of Florida. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Paperback. 200 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.5in.This volume brings together prominent writers from the English, French, Spanish, and Dutch speaking Caribbean in an examination of creolization and its impact upon the regions literary production. It is especially noteworthy for the broad spectrum of Caribbean nationalities it includes: writers from Cuba, Curacao, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Panama, Suriname, and Tobago. Together, they are engaged in redefining Caribbean identity and esthetics, and their reflections on this process trace the evolution of a dynamic regional literature and identity out of materials displaced amid the movement of colonial empires and nationalistic and economic upheavals. The collection addresses a number of controversial issues, among them the survival of racism in mestizaje cultures of Hispanic nations of the Caribbean, the opposing theories of the history and development of Papiamento and Haitian Creole, and the role of Creole languages in the production of consciousness and literature. ContentsAntillean Journey, by Daniel MaximinPart I: Creolization and the Creative ImaginationCreoleness: The Crossroads of a Civilization by Wilson HarrisThe Caribbean: Marvelous Cradle-Hammock and Painful Cornucopia, by Carlos Guillermo WilsonWhos Afraid of the Winti Spirit by Astrid H. RoemerThree Words toward Creolization, by Antonio Bentez-RojoDominicanyorkness: A Metropolitan Discovery of the Triangle, by Sherezada (Chiqui) ViciosoWhere Are All the Others by Erna BrodberA Brief History of My Country, by Lourdes VzquezPart II: Creolization, Literature, and the Politics of LanguageWriting and Creole Language Politics: Voice and Story, by Merle CollinsThe Stakes of Crolit, by Ernest Ppin and Raphal ConfiantCrolit without Creole Language By Maryse CondThe Victory of the Concubines and the Nannies, by Frank Martinus ArionThe Process of Creolization in Haiti and the Pitfalls of the Graphic Form, by Jean MtellusRace, Space, and the Poetics of Moving, by M. Nourbese PhilipAfterword, by Yanick LahensKathleen M. Balutansky is associate professor of English at Saint Michaels College and author of The Novels of Alex La Guma and of several articles on Caribbean women writers. Marie-Agnes Sourieau is assistant professor of French at Fairfield University and author of articles on Francophone Caribbean literature in Callaloo, French Review, and elsewhere. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9780813027401

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