Toronto, New York and London have become the new frontiers of Anglophone Caribbean literature, one of the most vibrant and prolific world literatures written in English. Drawing on new ethnographic trends, The Anglo-Caribbean Migration Novel: Writing from the Diaspora approaches Caribbean literature as a multi-centred diaspora. This book highlights the distinctiveness of the different branches of the Caribbean literary diaspora in the Anglo-American world through writers such as Samuel Selvon, Caryl Phillips, Paule Marshall, Austin Clarke and Dionne Brand. The volume is a response to the need for a deeper focus on the articulation of diversity within the Caribbean diaspora and its imaginative renderings.
Lourdes López-Ropero lectures in the English Department of the University of Alicante and has published several works in the field of Postcolonial Literature.
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