Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Betty Sedoc-Dahlberg.|
|Series||Caribbean studies -- vol.5|
Presents a tour around the main themes of Dutch Caribbean history and its contemporary legacies. Drawing on expertise in Caribbean and Latin American studies, this work posits an analysis of the Dutch Caribbean in a comparative framework. It is aimed at historians, . Founding Fictions of the Dutch Caribbean book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Carel de Haseths novella Slave and Master (Kat /5(17). Robert Greenwood, S. Hamber and Brian Dyde in their book Amerindians to Africans described the Dutch contribution to be so great in that they believed they (the Dutch) made the change possible. Likewise J. H Parry in his book A short History of the West Indies says, “The Dutch, without realizing it, started the sugar revolution”. Founding Fictions of the Dutch Cari Each portrays different aspects of the predicament of postcolonial identity, gender, race, and politics in the vein best known as «tropic existentialism. Founding Fictions of the Dutch Caribbean is suitable for courses on Caribbean literature and postcolonial literature, and will be of great interest to /5(8).
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