Jamaica Kincaid and Caribbean double crossings /

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Other Authors / Creators:Lang-Peralta, Linda.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:American Comparative Literature Association.
Format: Book
Imprint: Newark : University of Delaware Press, [2006]
Retention:Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials
Online Access:Table of contents only
Table of Contents:
  • A little miss in the land of little women: Louisa May Alcott and Jamaica Kincaid / Maria Soledad Rodriguez
  • "Smiling with my mouth turned down": ambivalence in Jamaica Kincaid's Lucy and My garden (book): / Linda Lang-Peralta
  • The horrors of homelessness: gothic doubling in Kincaid's Lucy and Brontë's Villette / Evie Shockley
  • The autobiography of my mother: Jamaica Kincaid's revision of Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea / Joanne Gass
  • Caribbean impossibility: the lack of Jamaica Kincaid / Thomas W. Sheehan
  • My other: imperialism and subjectivity in Jamaica Kincaid's My brother / Derik Smith and Cliff Beumel
  • "Great plant appropriators" and acquisitive gardeners: Jamaica Kincaid's ambivalent garden (book) / Jeanne C. Ewert
  • "Another line was born . . .": Genesis, genealogy, and genre in Jamaica Kincaid's Mr. Potter / Jana Evans Braziel.