Transcultural rhythms : the Caribbean grandmother repeating across time and space

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Bethell Bennett, Ian Anthony;
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The figure of the grandmother is a rhythm which repeats itself throughout\ud Caribbean literature. The Caribbean literary grandmother owes a great deal to a history\ud of hardship under slavery and post-emancipation struggles for self-realisation and\ud empowerment.\ud ... View more
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