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New PDF release: Sexuality, Gender and Nationalism in Caribbean Literature

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By Kate Houlden

ISBN-10: 0415749832

ISBN-13: 9780415749831

This publication specializes in intercourse and sexuality in post-war novels from the Anglophone Caribbean. Countering the serious orthodoxy that literature from this era handled intercourse basically tangentially, implicitly transmitting sexist or homophobic messages, the writer in its place highlights the variety and variety in its representations of sexual existence. She attracts on gender and sexuality stories, postcolonial conception and cultural background to supply new readings of seminal figures like Samuel Selvon and George Lamming when additionally calling consciousness to the paintings of leading edge, lesser-studied authors corresponding to Andrew Salkey, Oscar Dathorne and Rosa Guy.



Offering a coherent and expansive assessment of ways post-war Caribbean novelists have taken care of the many times debatable subject of intercourse, this ebook addresses one of many blind spots in Caribbean literary feedback. It mines quite a number little-studied archival fabrics and texts to argue that fiction of the post-war period indicates either continuities with the sexual emphases of previous writing and connections to later tendencies. the writer additionally offers nationalist ideology as primary to the literature of this period. it's within the fictional rendering of sexuality that the contradictions of the nationalist undertaking are such a lot obvious; intercourse either exceeds and threatens the imagined team spirit on which the political imaginative and prescient relies.

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