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By Mary Condé, Thorunn Lonsdale

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Caribbean girls Writers is a suite of scholarly articles at the fiction of chosen Caribbean girls writers from Antigua, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad. It comprises not just shut serious research of texts by way of Erna Brodber, Dionne model, Zee Edgell, Jamaica Kincaid, Paule Marshall, Pauline Melville, Jean Rhys and Olive Senior, but in addition own statements from the writers Merle Collins, Beryl Gilroy, Vernella Fuller and Velma Pollard.

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I had no wish to teach or even work actively in the area of politics and government. I knew that then. If I had been thinking of how the PhD would further my academic career, I would perhaps have studied literature. My main early academic interest had always been literature. I have never really been interested in the theoretical aspects of those other disciplines in which I found myself getting more involved. I have chased the content, seeking the information with a view to deeper understanding of the processes that have shaped me and the Caribbean.

60 Fifi says to Roseau of Riviere, 'But when one is caught it is not so easy. No, I adore my Pierrot. I adore that child - I would give him my last sou - and how can he love me? I am old, I am ugly. Oh, I know. ' She touched her enormous chest. 'Pierrot who only loves slim women. ' Fifi' s shrug was wonderful! 'I love him ... ' 61 Although constitutionally opposed, Madame Foucault self-pitying and Fifi defiant, they look after their younger friends, who are both the victims of failed love matches.

In his reply Musgrave also quotes more extensively but incompetently from the preface to the Canterbury Tales and adds: Literary Allusion in the Fiction of Jean Rhys 47 He never yet no vilonye had sayde In al his lyf, unto no manner of wight He was a verray parfit, gentil knyght. 27 In so doing, he unwittingly uses Chaucer's words against himself. 29 His rather odd inclusion of the Marquis de Montrose, who although a poet, is remembered more for his political and battle skills and for his allegiance to Charles I in the English civil war than for his literary prowess, emphasizes the savage nature of this supposedly literary debate.

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