Contents

V 6 N 1
Spring 1999



Special Issue:
Caribbean Literature

Guest Editor:
Margaret Bass


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction Margaret Bass
1
     
Tradition and the Marginalized Talent: Reading Wilson Harris' Carnival as a
Postcolonial Revision of Dante's Commedia
Robert Bennett
4
     
The Role of Creole Orature, Caribbean Performance Poetry, and Across-Class Collaborations in the Development of Jamaican Literary and Popular Arts: An Interview with Mervyn Morris Loretta Collins
30
     
C.L.R. James: Beyond a Boundary and Out of Sight Mary Lou Emery
66
     
Immigrants, Prostitutes, and Chorus Girls: National Identity in the Early Novels of Jean Rhys Andrea Lewis
82
     
Rhys' Epistemological Background Helen Lock
96
     
Provincial Subjects in the Classical Labyrinth: The Challenge to Tradition in Brathwaite's X/Self Mark McMorris
104
     
Brahmanic Patriarchy in an Indo-Trinidadian Context:
Lakshmi Persaud's Sastra and Butterfly in the Wind
Brinda Mehta
125
     
Exploring the Margin: Models of Cultural Identity in the Postcolonial French Caribbean H. Adlai Murdoch
153


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