Product DescriptionThis volume interdisciplinary Caribbean culture? A postcolonial brings to ten trials, exciting the j? Venes researchers who question some of the assumptions set of postcolonial studies. The contributors discuss how he works the “romance” trope in contemporary culture? Line of Caribbean and popular literature to idealize the newly independent post-colonial societies of the region? N. The essays situate this discourse idealizaci? N in their historic contexts? Rich cultural and reveal how a reinvenci? N the old ballad originally built in the imperial imagination in Europe and Am? Rich. . . . M? S>>

Caribbean Romances: The Politics of Regional Representation