An Introduction to Caribbean Francophone Writing: Guadeloupe and Martinique (Berg French Studies)

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'[This is] an important book, with individual essays of the highest quality.'ASCALF Bulletin'A timely addition to the growing canon of francophone literary criticism ... (This book) is sure to find a permanent place on the shelves of personal and professional libraries.'Research in African Literatures

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There has been an explosion of interest in Francophone studies, as postcolonial and diaspora literatures more generally have gained recognition both within and outside the academy. Identity, culture and history as well as issues relating to class, race, and colonialism, and the literary production itself have always been central to Caribbean Francophone culture and are matters currently of hot debate. From the growth of the negritude movement, principally associated with poetry, through to the rise of the novel, contributors to this book explore the theoretical, political and philosophical debates that have informed, and continue to inform, the rich and varied tradition of Caribbean Francophone literature.In recent years, the number of Francophone Caribbean women writers has increased significantly and experimental writing has featured more prominently. Contributors explore these and other trends, mainly in the literatures of Guadeloupe and Martinique. In providing the only available overview of this important literature and in positioning it critically, this book makes an invaluable contribution to students and scholars alike.

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