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Summer 7-2005


In this essay Kevin Frank goes against the current in questioning the social and intellectual embrace of the poetics of creolization, in terms of its the efficacy in subverting biases that underpinned colonial subordination and exploitation.


This article was originally published in The Atlantic Literary Review.



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