By A. James Arnold
This background of literature within the Carribean makes a speciality of English- and Dutch-speaking areas. subject matters lined comprise: the anglophone Caribbean; literary improvement - a contrastive heritage; style - a contrastive background; The Netherlands, Antilles, Aruba, and Suriname; a mosaic environment - a contrastive heritage of style; literary feedback; drama; fiction; and poetry.
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