5 edition of Breaklight: the poetry of the Caribbean. found in the catalog.
Breaklight: the poetry of the Caribbean.
First published in London under title: Breaklight: an anthology of Caribbean poetry.
|Statement||Edited and with an introd. by Andrew Salkey.|
|LC Classifications||PR9216 .S3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 265 p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||79178835|
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Not In Library. Publishing History John J. Figueroa, 2 books Salkey, Andrew., 2 books Berry, James, 2 books Ayanna Black, 1 book Julie Pearn, 1 book Kenneth Ramchand, 1 book Mutabaruka, 1 book Paul Breman, 1. Her poems have been anthologised in Caribbean Voices, Breaklight, Caribbean Poetry Now, and The Penguin Book of Caribbean Verse.
She lived in rural splendour in an old house in Brown’s Town where she remained active as both a painter and poet throughout her late 70s.
Teaching Caribbean Poetry Beverley Bryan with Morag Styles Appendix: Appendix: Further reading for Poetry of Oppression, Resistance and Liberation Georgie Horrell. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Teaching Caribbean Poetry will inform and inspire readers with a love for, and understanding of, the dynamic world of Caribbean poetry.
This is a review for Escape to an Autumn Pavement (Caribbean Modern Classics) by Andrew Salkey - Book Description: A brave and pioneering treatment of sexual identity in Caribbean literature, this novel, first published infollows the fortunes of Johnnie Sobert, a Jamaican exile who works in London at a club that caters to black American servicemen.
Andrew Salkey’s most popular book is The Oxford Book of Caribbean Short Stories. Andrew Salkey has 33 books on Goodreads with ratings. Andrew Salkey’s most popular book is The Oxford Book of Caribbean Short Stories. Breaklight: An Anthology Of Caribbean Poetry, Chosen by. Andrew Salkey.
avg rating — 3 ratings — 2 editions. Breaklight: An anthology of Caribbean poetry, chosen, The late emancipation of Jerry Stover Riot (New Oxford Library). Vahni Capildeo on New Caribbean Poetry, ed. Kei Miller; American Fall, by Raymond Ramcharitar; and There Is an Anger that Moves, by Kei Miller How to organise an anthology.
Let us sample a few. The Oxford Book of Caribbean Verse () is like a thick index to a timeline. By proceeding according to the poets’ birthdates, it shows neither the times when individual poets. Henry S. (Hank) Heifetz (born ) is an American poet, novelist, documentarian, critic, and translator.
He has published poems in various collections and journals, one novel, critical writings on film and other topics, numerous translations of Spanish to English, and translations of ancient Sanskrit and Tamil poetry into American English verse.
The Penguin Book of Caribbean Verse in English. Harmondsworth: Penguin, A comprehensive anthology of both oral and literary traditions, with an excellent introduction surveying the whole of the poetic tradition of the English-speaking Caribbean.
Includes detailed biographies and an extensive glossary of Caribbean vernacular terms. Breaklight: an anthology of Caribbean poetry. By Andrew (Editor) Salkey. Abstract (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references and indexes.(Internal Comments) Selected images from this book have been digitized as part of the University of Illinois Chicago’s Carberry Collection of Caribbean Studies, with the images and annotated Author: Andrew (Editor) Salkey.
This is a review for Breaklight: Anthology of Caribbean Poetry by Andrew Salkey - I checked this book out of the library, not knowing what the contents would be like. I had plenty of expectations: poems about the tropical landscape, life in the sun and the sea, maybe a few lines hearkening back to the days of piracy.
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Afro-Caribbean Poetry in English Cultural Traditions (s–s) Series: Transatlantic Studies in British and North American Culture Bartosz Wójcik. Andrew Salkey (30 January – 28 April ) was a novelist, poet, children's books writer and journalist of Jamaican and Panamanian origin.
He was born in Panama but raised in Jamaica, moving to Britain in the s to pursue university education. A prolific writer and editor, he was the author of more than 30 books in the course of his career, including novels for adults and for Born: Felix Andrew Alexander Salkey, 30 January .Only a few of his books have American publishers -- two anthologies, ``Breaklight'' and ``Island Voices,'' and one book of poetry, ``In the Hills Where Her Dreams Live.''.Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.
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