Series: Caribbean Writers Series

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Arrival of the Snake-Woman and Other Stories by Olive Senior
Boy-Sandwich by Beryl Gilroy
The Bridge of Beyond by Simone Schwarz-Bart
The Festival of San Joaquin by Zee Edgell
Frangipani House by Beryl Gilroy
In Times Like These by Zee Edgell
It Begins with Tears by Opal Palmer Adisa
Mint Tea and Other Stories (Caribbean Writers Series) by Christine Craig
The Roads Are Down (Caribbean Writers Series) by Vanessa Spence
Selected Poetry (Caribbean Writers Series) by Derek Walcott
Summer Lightning and Other Stories by Olive Senior
The Year in San Fernando by Michael Anthony1
God the Stonebreaker (Caribbean Writers) by Alvin Bennett7
Green Days by the River by Michael Anthony9
Brother Man by Roger Mais10
The Schoolmaster by Earl Lovelace20
The Hills Were Joyful Together (Caribbean Writers Series) by Roger Mais23
Beka Lamb by Zee Edgell26
Black Lightning (Caribbean Writers Series) by Roger Mais30
Moses Ascending by Samuel Selvon31
Tales of the Wide Caribbean (Caribbean Writers) by Jean Rhys33

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