By Glyne Griffith
This e-book is the 1st to examine how BBC radio awarded Anglophone Caribbean literature and in flip aided and stimulated the form of creative writing within the area. Glyne A. Griffith examines Caribbean Voices declares to the zone over a fifteen-year interval and divulges that notwithstanding the program’s investment was once colonial in orientation, the content material and shape have been antithetical to the very colonial company that had introduced this system into existence. half literary heritage and half literary biography, this learn fills a niche within the narrative of the region’s literary history.
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