Caribbean Women Novelists: An Annotated Critical Bibliography

Hardcover | January 1, 1993

byLizabeth Paravisini-GebertEditorOlga Torres-seda

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This comprehensive, annotated bibliography of works by and about Caribbean women novelists from 1950 to the present covers writings in English, Spanish, French, Dutch, and their dialects. Entries on some 150 individual writers are organized alphabetically and comprise a biographical sketch, data on novels with plot synopses, a listing of other known publications in all genres, as well as annotated criticism and reviews. Included are translations, interviews, recorded materials, and broadcast literature. Preceding the author entries is a Bibliography of General Works. Alternative means of access are provided by a List of Authors by Country and indexes of novels, critics, and themes and key words. A guide to resources on literature of the Netherlands Antilles appears as an appendix.

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This comprehensive, annotated bibliography of works by and about Caribbean women novelists from 1950 to the present covers writings in English, Spanish, French, Dutch, and their dialects. Entries on some 150 individual writers are organized alphabetically and comprise a biographical sketch, data on novels with plot synopses, a listing ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:448 pages, 9.11 × 6.37 × 1.38 inPublished:January 1, 1993Publisher:Greenwood Press

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ISBN - 10:0313283427

ISBN - 13:9780313283420

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?The challenge of the compilers of Caribbean Women Novelists was to produce a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on its subject, encompassing the diversity of languages and traditions, in order 'to provide a useful tool for the comparative study of women's literature.' They have succeeded with this comprehensive critical bibliographic study. In large public libraries and in academic institutions, this resource will help fill an information void. It is recommended for specialized collections in literary, ethnic, and women's studies.?-Reference Books Bulletin