THE NARRATIVE OF LIBERATION: PERSPECTIVES ON AFRO-CARIBBEAN LITERATURE, POPULAR CULTURE, AND POLITICS.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1989. Octavo, boards, 251 p. (some underlining) Good Paperback 0801421934 Exploration of the narrative in Caribbean struggle for self-determination against the backdrop of major western philosophers including Sartre, Hegel, Marx, etc. He delves into the narrative in Haitian Voodoo, Jamaican trickster tales, and argues popular culture in the Caribbean helped sustain slaves in their fight against oppresion. He then takes up modern authors who have tried to revive and maintain the oral tradition. (Item ID: 142274)