"In this compelling book, Glover charts the association of Caribbean stories with the performative interpersonal dimensions of krik krak, with the revisiting of epic historical memories in the present or the future, and with figures and fractured revenants like the zonbi, the schizophrenic, or conflictual marasa or twins. The spiral is a chameleon-like form: it."--Research in African Literatures
About the Author
Dr Kaiama L. Glover
is Assistant Professor of French at Barnard College, Columbia University.