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Caribbean Women Writers: Essays from the First International Conference Paperback – November 9, 1990
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"This landmark volume analyzes Caribbean feminist traditions, giving voice to writers' own statements. . . . [These statements are] particularly useful, . . . remarkable examples of theorizing the politics of identities, language uses, and colonial education systems through autobiography and the personal voice."―Choice
"Anthologies are by nature ambitious endeavors. To represent a variety of styles, points of view, and subject matter in one volume is not an easy task―particularly when the subject has only recently gained popularity and still lacks a full critical literature. Caribbean Women Writers triumphs over those odds, offering a lively dialogue between critics and authors that works to formulate an emerging literary tradition. Cudjoe's presentation emphasizes the active and cooperative elements of such a tradition, one shaped by what Laure Niesen de Abruna terms 'alienation within alienation.' He juxtaposes essays or review of a writer's work with the author's own explanation of the forces that drive her to write."―San Francisco Review of Books
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