Pak's Britannica: Articles by and Interviews With David Dabydeen
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Pak's Britannica: Articles by and Interviews With David Dabydeen

By David Dabydeen
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Book Description

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Part 1. Articles by David Dabydeen
    • 1. Eighteenth-Century English Literature on Commerce and slavery
    • 2. On Not Being Milton: Nigger Talk in England Today
    • 3. On Cultural Diversity
    • 4. Teaching West Indian Literature in Britain
    • 5. From Care to Cambridge
    • 6. On Samaroo’s Tempus Est: The Earliest Colonial Rewriting of Shakespeare’s The Tempest
    • 7. Hogarth and the Canecutters
    • 8. West Indian Writers in Britain
    • 9. Introduction to Edward Jenkins’s Lutchmee and Dilloo: A Study of West Indian Life
  • Part 2. Interviews with David Dabydeen
    • 10. A Talk with David Dabydeen
    • 11. Interviewing David Dabydeen
    • 12. “A Certain Obligation”: An Interview with David Dabydeen
    • 13. David Dabydeen Talks to Mark Stein
    • 14. Getting Back to the Idea of Art as Art: An Interview with David Dabydeen
    • 15. A Forced Indianness: An Interview with David Dabydeen
    • 16. An Interview with David Dabydeen
  • Notes
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Chapter 6
    • Chapter 7
    • Chapter 9
    • Chapter 10
    • Chapter 13
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