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Caribbean literature and the public sphere [electronic resource] : from the plantation to the postcolonial / Raphael Dalleo.

By: Dalleo, Raphael.
Material type: TextTextSeries: New World studies: Publisher: Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, c2011Description: 1 online resource (xv, 296 p.).ISBN: 9780813932026 (electronic bk.); 0813932025 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Caribbean literature -- History and criticism | Postcolonialism -- Caribbean Area | Politics and literature -- Caribbean Area | Caribbean Area -- Intellectual life | Public opinion -- Caribbean Area | Geistesleben | Kolonialismus | Literatur | Postkolonialismus | �Offentlicher Raum | Karibik | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Literary | GeschichteGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Caribbean literature and the public sphere.DDC classification: 809/.89729 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction: Periodizing the public sphere -- Pt. 1. The rise of the Caribbean literary public sphere, 1804 to 1886 -- The abolitionist public sphere and the republic of the lettered -- The public sphere unbound: Michel Maxwell Philip, El la�ud del desterrado, and Mary Seacole -- Pt. 2. Modern colonialism and the anticolonial public sphere, 1886 to 1959 -- The intellectual and the man of action: resolving literary anxiety in the work of Jos�e Mart�i, Stephen Cobham, and Jacques Roumain -- The ideology of the literary: Claude McKay's Banana bottom and the little magazines of the 1940s -- Pt. 3. Postcoloniality and the crisis of the literary public sphere, 1959 to 1983 -- The expulsion from the public sphere: the novels of Marie Chauvet -- Anticolonial authority and the postcolonial occasion for speaking: George Lamming and Martin Carter -- The testimonial impulse: Miguel Barnet and the Sistren Theatre Collective -- Cultural studies and the commodified public: Luis Rafael S�anchez's La guaracha del macho camacho and Earl Lovelace's The dragon can't dance -- Conclusion: the postcolonial public sphere.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Periodizing the public sphere -- Pt. 1. The rise of the Caribbean literary public sphere, 1804 to 1886 -- The abolitionist public sphere and the republic of the lettered -- The public sphere unbound: Michel Maxwell Philip, El la�ud del desterrado, and Mary Seacole -- Pt. 2. Modern colonialism and the anticolonial public sphere, 1886 to 1959 -- The intellectual and the man of action: resolving literary anxiety in the work of Jos�e Mart�i, Stephen Cobham, and Jacques Roumain -- The ideology of the literary: Claude McKay's Banana bottom and the little magazines of the 1940s -- Pt. 3. Postcoloniality and the crisis of the literary public sphere, 1959 to 1983 -- The expulsion from the public sphere: the novels of Marie Chauvet -- Anticolonial authority and the postcolonial occasion for speaking: George Lamming and Martin Carter -- The testimonial impulse: Miguel Barnet and the Sistren Theatre Collective -- Cultural studies and the commodified public: Luis Rafael S�anchez's La guaracha del macho camacho and Earl Lovelace's The dragon can't dance -- Conclusion: the postcolonial public sphere.

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