The Art of Kamau Brathwaite
Seren, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 275 pages
Kamau Brathwaite won the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 1994. The Art of Kamau Brathwaite is a ground-breaking book in which leading commentators on Black and Caribbean writing explore and discuss all aspects of Brathwaite's work as poet, historian, and cultural archivist. Brathwaite provides a 'proem' on cultural dislocation, and is the subject of an interview. The international list of contributors includes Gordon Rohlehr, doyen of Caribbean critics, Glyne Griffith, Nathaniel Mackey from America, Ted Chamberlain from Canada, and Louis James, Anne Walmsley and Bridget Jones from Britain.
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An Interview with Kamau Brathwaite
The Language of Kamau Brathwaite
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aesthetic African Akan ancestors apocalyptic Arrivants Barbados become beginning blues Brath Brathwaite's Brathwaite's poetry C.L.R. James Caliban CAM session Caribbean Artists Movement Caribbean literature Caribbean writers Carifesta centre Cesaire Cesaire's colonial context Contradictory Omens creative creole critical cultural dehumanization dream drum Edward Brathwaite Edward Kamau Brathwaite English essay experience explore fragmentation Gordon Rohlehr Haitian idea images Islands Jamaica jazz John La Rose kind Legba linguistic literary London Mackey Masks meaning metaphor Middle Passages Mont Blanc Mother Poem nation language Ogun oral Pathfinder pebble play poet poetic Prospero published rainbow recording of CAM Revolution rhythms Rights of Passage Savacou second trilogy sense Shango silence slave slavery sound speech Spirit stone suggests Sun Poem Sycorax talk thing tradition Transcript of recording vision vodoun voice waite's Walcott West Indian Literature West Indian Novel West Indies word writing Xango XlSelf