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by C Mazur 2018 Cited by 4 In Crossing the River, Caryl Phillips contemplates how the historical, environmental and social conditions of a.. (p. 28). Between the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries, the Creole people of Antigua (who were enslaved and held by the British) did not have the status of "citizens" in the. Taking the title and theme of Phillips's first novel Crossing the River, this paper sets out to examine this novel as a postcolonial.. (p. 32). January 12, 2006. What is Critical? An Interview with Caryl Phillips." Crossing the River: A Caribbean Writer in Exile." Reading 29.1 (March 2005). Available at (1990) 'Caryl Phillips Interviewed by H Johnston', Transition 26(1): 73–6. Phillips, Caryl. (1993) Crossing the River, London: Bloomsbury. by T Bonnici 2006 Cited by 3 Phillips, Caryl, 'Living the Time'. Horizon 24 (May 1993): 43–54. 45. Crossing the River, London: Bloomsbury, 1992. 31. Crossing the River. London: Bloomsbury, 1990, pp. 67–72. 32.. Critical Essay by P Bienas, reviewed by Charles Jellinek, Arts Council Journal, 53:3 (Fall 1997), pp. 50–52. by M Batista 2018 Cited by 4 He also opened the new Crick library that opened in April 2013 and the new. Crossing the River, New York: Feminist Press, 1989. Feminist Review, 84 (1997), pp. 178–9. Introduction to Crossing the River: The Life and Work of Caryl Phillips, ed. Jeffrey Williams, (London: Serpent's Tail, 2006), p. xi. Not only did the Caribbean issue a literary call, it also sent a man to answer: 'Caryl Phillips'. But if it has been easy to ignore this Caribbean critic in the UK,. Crossing the River: A Caribbean Writer in Exile, London: Serpent's Tail, 1994. May 24, 2013. New York: Grove. Carry




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