Essays and studies, 2000 : Reading the "new" literatures in a postcolonial era
Essays on the contribution of African, Caribbean, Asian and diaspora writers to 'English' literature.
Print Book, English, ©2000
D.S. Brewer, Cambridge [England], ©2000
172 pages ; 22 cm.
Introduction - Susheila NastaEighteenth Century Men of Letters: Ignatius Sancho and Sake Dean Mahomed - Lyn InnesNotes Towards Reading the New Literatures in Nineteenth Century Bengal - Firdous AzimVenetian Spaces: Old-New Literatures and the Ambivalent Uses of Jewish History - Bryan CheyetteImagining the postcolonial writer - A GurnahReading the referent: Postcolonialism and the Writing of Modernity - Simon GikandiCaribbean Creole: The Real Thing? Writing and Reading the Creole in a Selection of Women's Texts - Denise de Caires NarainShamanism in Oceania: The Poetry of Albert Wendt - Briar WoodThe Necessity of Error: Memory and Representation in the New Literatures - Dennis Walder
Essays and studies 2000 is volume fifty-three in the new series of essays and studies collected on behalf of the English Association