Offering a range of insightful and thought provoking critical perspectives from publishing history to genre narrative to socio political contexts this comprehensive study of caribbean short stories across the 20th century details the integral role the form has played in the regions literary . Review the caribbean short story critical perspectives edited by lucy evans mark mcwatt and emma smith leeds peepal tree press 2011 356 pp 1999 isbn 978 1 8452 3126 2. As the most comprehensive study of its kind this important and timely volume explores the significance of the short story form to caribbean cultural production across the twentieth and twenty first centuries. The focus in the caribbean short story critical perspectives is on how caribbean writers 1970s is followed by a study of indian caribbean short stories . Get this from a library the caribbean short story critical perspectives lucy evans mark a mcwatt emma smith the short story has been integral to the development of caribbean literature and continues to offer possibilities for invention and reinvigoration
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