Writing Black Britain 1948-1998: An Interdisciplinary Anthology
Manchester University Press, Sep 2, 2000 - Literary Collections - 338 pages
The first anthology of its kind, this timely collection brings together a diverse range of black British literatures, essays and documents from across the post-war period within a single volume. Spanning half a century, this rich archive of representations includes South Asian, African and Caribbean cultural production by both leading and lesser-known artists, critics and commentators.
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