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The Politics of Place: Reinventing the Edenic Garden in Jamaica Kincaid's "A Small Place", My Garden (Book)" and "Among Flowers"
Since Christopher Columbus's 1492 discovery of the New World, the Caribbean islands have served as British colonizers' topographical and metaphorical representation of the Garden of Eden. Writers like Jamaica Kincaid have ...
Metamorphic literatures: Voicing a new movement
In the recent past, post-colonial and Black Diasporic writers have been exploring the invention of new images in the realm of science fiction and speculative fiction. However, in order to read their revelatory work one ...