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POSTCOLONIAL, FEMINIST AND TRANSATLANTIC STUDIES- A CONFLUENCE OF IDEAS IN JAMAICA KINCAID’S FICTION
(Polska Akademia Nauk. Komitet Neofilologiczny, 2008)
My essay will provide an overview of a variety of critical approaches to Jamaica Kincaid’s polyphonic fiction. Postcolonial as well as psychoanalytic theories have been the cognitive tools by means of which most critics ...
RE-CONCEPTUALIZATION OF RACE AND AGENCYIN JAMAICA KINCAID'STHE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MY MOTHER
(West University Publisher House, 2010)
Jamaica Kincaid, arguably the most popular Caribbean woman writer living in the USA, has produced many of her bestsellers by dissecting her personal and familial history. Yet in spite of her inclination to anchor the ...
THE FORMATION OF FEMALE MIGRATORY SUBJECTS IN EDWIDGE DANTICAT'S KRIK? KRAK!
(West University Publisher House, 2011)
This paper theorizes Edwidge Danticat's book Krick? Krack! within the Black Atlantic framework which Danticat supplements with her focus on the Caribbean region and female experience, absent from Gilroy's agenda. She ...
WHAT CAN STORYTELLING DO FOR/TO A YELLOW WOMAN?THE FUNCTION OF STORYTELLING IN THE PROCESS OF IDENTITY FORMATION OF US MULATTO WOMEN
(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2002)
The article critically examines the African American tradition of telling the stories inherited from mothers and grandmothers “the culture-bearing black women.” These stories, as Alice Walker puts it, are “accumulated ...