The Tale-Telling Tradition of Women in Caribbean Literature Comparison Essay by Master Researcher

The Tale-Telling Tradition of Women in Caribbean Literature
This literature essay compares two stories written by Caribbean women authors, and discusses these in relation to women's oral histories and traditions in Caribbean cultural contexts
# 37019 | 2,650 words | 8 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 26, 2003 in Literature (World) , English (Misc) , Women Studies (General)


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This literature essay compares two stories written by Caribbean women authors, and discusses these in relation to women's oral histories and traditions in Caribbean cultural contexts. Referring to the post-colonial and feminist theory, the author of this paper analyzes women's writing as a reflection of traditions with story-telling, women's "voice," and histories that are particular to women and Caribbean culture.

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