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"Any high school to college-level library strong in Caribbean world literature will find Literature of the Caribbean a powerful survey. From the analysis of Jamaica Kincaid to Michelle Cliff, extensive biographical and literary histroy for selected Caribbean authors tie into the underlying writings of Caribbean authors as a whole, making this an invaluable survey for any student of the region as a whole."
Midwest Book Review - The Bookwatch
"… this guide will serve students as useful introduction to a powerful regional literature."
Lawrence Looks at Books
"Accessibly written and filled with penetrating insights, this book will prove a vital interpretive tool for both previously unacquainted readers and symbol-seeking scholars. Highly recommended for all literature collections."
"The introduction to this book is worth reading as it explains the choices and selections made by the author. Literature of the Caribbean will be a worthy addition to other undergraduate guides to Caribbean literature."
"Recommended for college libraries."
Catholic Library World
". . . an excellent option. . . Literature of the Caribbean is a highly organized volume designed with students in mind and would make a valuable teaching and research tool for undergraduate college and university students, or anyone who has general interest in Caribbean literature."
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