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Derek Walcott


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This succinct account the life of Nobel laureate Derek Walcott focuses on his development as poet, playwright and man of the theatre: director, producer, teacher. Friends and colleagues who figured in his career are recalled. The importance of his native St Lucia and family influences in the shaping of his creativity and his view of the world are highlighted, as these evolved in synergy with his receptivity to the poetry and theatre of the wider world.

In this evolution, the tensions and complex nuances of the concept "home" are seen as an informing factor. The story points to Walcott's seminal contribution to the emergence of Caribbean literature, with his response to the region's colonial history as a central factor.

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Weight 0.740000
By Edward Baugh
Country of Publication Jamaica
Dimensions 20.3 x 12.7 cm
Format Hardback
ISBN/EAN 9789766406455
Pagination 100 Pages
Publication Date Jan 29, 2018
Publisher University of the West Indies Press
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