'Is English We Speaking' and Other Essays
Ian Randle Publishers, 1999 - 189 páginas
Sets out to question the attitudes and judgments of professional critics. The first nine essays are concerned with the interplay between oral and scribal modes, performance and print, Standard English and Creole. Some of the later essays continue to highlight fusion, cultural interchange and creative traffic across borders.
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Is English We Speaking West Indian Literature
Louise Bennett the Poet
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