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Angel (Revised) (Caribbean Modern Classics) (Paperback)

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First published in 1987, 'Angel' covers Grenada from 1951, when the workers revolted against the power of the white owners of the sugar and cocoa estates, to 1983 when the US invaded to put an end to a radical experiment that turned violently in on itself.

About the Author

Merle Collins is a professor of comparative literature and English at the University of Maryland. She is the author of "Angel," "Because the Dawn Breaks," "The Colour of Forgetting," "Rain Darling," and "Rotten Pomerack." Her critical works have appeared in "From My Guy to Sci-Fi: Genre and Women's Writing in the Postmodern World" and "Slavery and Abolition." Her literary work has appeared in "Penguin Modern Poets Volume 8" and "The Oxford Book of Caribbean Short Stories."

Praise For…

[Contains] a richness, a thickness, a stinging slangy that-there thingyness of observation and detail."  Robert Nye, Guardian

Product Details
ISBN: 9781845231859
ISBN-10: 1845231856
Publisher: Peepal Tree Press
Publication Date: October 15th, 2011
Pages: 355
Language: English
Series: Caribbean Modern Classics