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Caribbean and South Asian writers in Canada; a bibliography of their works and of English-language criticism.

9780810858831

Caribbean and South Asian writers in Canada; a bibliography of their works and of English-language criticism.

Kandiuk, Mary.

Scarecrow Pr.

2007

235 pages

$40.00

Paperback

Z1376

Reference librarian Kandiuk (York U., Toronto) provides information about 27 selected writers who hail, sometimes indirectly, from the Caribbean or South Asia and have resided in Canada for at least part of their writing careers. For each she provides a brief biography; a chronological list of their monograph fictions; and a list by author of books, parts of books, periodical articles, book reviews, and dissertations that critique their work. Her focus is on academic material, but she does cite some popular print material that includes in-depth treatment of the author's life or work. Only names are indexed.

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