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Come Back to Me My Language: Poetry and the…

Come Back to Me My Language: Poetry and the West Indies

by J. Edward Chamberlin

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A thorough examination of West Indian poetry, that is the poetry of the Anglophone Caribbean. Focused, not surprisingly, on the literature of the period since 1930. 1930, of course, is the year that Derek Walcott, from whose poem "Sainte Lucie" the title is taken, was born. This is an important work for Caribbean studies.
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