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Handley, George B.


Caribbean Literature and the Environment

Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Renée K. Gosson, and George B. Handley, eds.

Perhaps there is no other region in the world that has been more radically altered in terms of human and botanic migration, transplantation, and settlement than the Caribbean. Theorists such as Edouard Glissant argue that the dialectic between Caribbean "nature" and "culture," engendered by this... More


Postslavery Literatures in the Americas

George B. Handley

Since its demise in the nineteenth century, slavery has given rise to an outpouring of literatures that reflect the diversity of its hemispheric legacy, but the discipline of literary studies has been reluctant to admit commonalities among former slave societies in the New World. Examining major... More