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Cambridge Studies in African and Caribbean Literature

Each volume in this unique series of critical studies offers a comprehensive, up-to-date account of the whole oeuvre of an African or Caribbean writer. The main focus of attention is the works themselves - their significant themes, governing ideas and formal procedures. Biographical and other background information is presented secondarily, to illuminate these aspects of the writer's work where necessary.

General Editor: Abiola Irele, Ohio State University

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