by David DabydeenTo meet the growing interest in Indo-Caribbean literature, this collection of critical articles offers a fresh and incisive overview of current scholarly research on the subject. Issues range widely and include gender and race relations, British colonialism, competing views of nature, the economy of indentureship, and the state of modern cricket. In addition, Erin Somerville reviews Sam Selvon’s Trinidad fiction and places it in within the new field of eco-criticism, and Michael Mitchell investigates identity and place in the work of Cyril Dabydeen. The volume also features seminal essays on Harold Sonny Ladoo, Rooplall Monar, Shani Mootoo, V. S. Naipaul, and other leading Indo-Caribbean writers.
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