General Reading

Working at Marriage

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25.00 BBD
ISBN/SKU: 
9789768219589
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Worme's Cricket Dictionary

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32.25 BBD
ISBN/SKU: 
9768204168
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Writers and Artists Year Book

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44.55 BBD

The bestselling guide to markets in all areas of the media, completely revised and updated, and this year in its 105th edition. With a new foreword by a famous author and several brand new articles by authors and publishing insiders.

It also contains a wealth of practical information on a huge range of topics including copyright, finance, submitting a manuscript and e-publishing, as well as being a comprehensive up-to-date directory of media contacts.

ISBN/SKU: 
9781408135808
Publication Date: 
2011-07-05
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Writers of the Caribbean Diaspora

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49.30 BBD

Shifting Homelands, Travelling Identities: Writers of the Caribbean Diaspora is a multifaceted collection of essays that unfolds the charge of the Caribbean writer to represent a region with a complicated history and an even more complex future. It encompasses the work of Caribbean writers living and writing abroad, rather than at home and thus, evaluates, critiques and reflects on Caribbean identity and reality from the perspectives of exiled authors. Questions of race, nation-building and postcolonial separation/connection, the Caribbean landscape, and navigating the minefield of culture are thoroughly examined. The essays have been chosen by editors Jasbir Jain and Supriya Agarwal from presentations at a seminar on Indo-Caribbean writing held in Jaipur, India. The selections are as rich and varied as the Caribbean itself, presenting and examining the work of authors such as Jean Rhys, the three NAipauls - Shiva, V.S. and Seepersad - Austin Clarke, Jamaica Kincaid, Caryl Phillips, George Lamming, and Arnold Itwaru among others. An excellent read for anyone interested in Caribbean Literature and the study of Caribbean Writers, Shifting Homelands, travelling Identities: Writers of the Caribbean Diaspora is also a tribute to the Caribbean itself.

ISBN/SKU: 
9789766373665
Publication Date: 
2009-02-16
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Writing RAGE: Unmasking Violence through Caribbean Discourse

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65.65 BBD

Human interaction has always been marked by the complex, pervasive dynamic of rage and violence. This dynamic and the ubiquitous social problems that are its consequence have long engaged scholars. In Writing Rage: Unmasking Violence through Caribbean Discourse, Paula Morgan and Valerie Youssef apply strategies of linguistic and literary analysis to a range of real-life and fictional discourses on the theme of violence. Their work explores the multifaceted spectrum of violence and its intricate web of cause-and-effect sequences at the macro and micro levels in Caribbean societies. This book will inform the first interdisciplinary course in this area to be taught at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, and it will also be essential reading for students and teachers of Caribbean cultural studies elsewhere in the region and throughout the diaspora.

ISBN/SKU: 
9766401896
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Ya Ya Surfeit--Mellonie Boy Dancing On Me Head

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37.50 BBD
ISBN/SKU: 
9789768212559
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Ye Shall Dream: Patriarch Granville Williams and the Barbados Spiritual Baptists (H/B)

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134.30 BBD
ISBN/SKU: 
9789766402426
Publication Date: 
2011-06-13
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Yesterday Was A Woman

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30.00 BBD
ISBN/SKU: 
9789768233141
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