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Author: George Lamming

George Lamming was born on June 8, 1927, in Barbados. The illustrious Caribbean novelist/thinker, who has also lived in Trinidad, England, and the USA, is the author of six novels and a highly influential collection of essays, The Pleasures of Exile (1960). Lamming now makes his home in Barbados where he remains actively involved in the cultural life of the Caribbean. Awards and honors include a Guggenheim, the Sommerset Maugham Award, a Canadian Council Fellowship, a British Commonwealth Foundation grant, the Presidents Award from St. Martin Book Fair, the Hibiscus Prize from the Association of Cuban Writers and Artists, and an honorary doctorate from the University of the West Indies and City University of New York. His more recent books of essential essays, Western Education and the Caribbean Intellectual and SOVEREIGNTY OF THE IMAGINATION are the newest collections of his Conversations series.

COMING, COMING HOME: CONVERSATIONS II: WESTERN EDUCATION AND THE CARIBBEAN INTELLECTUAL
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COMING, COMING HOME: CONVERSATIONS II: WESTERN EDUCATION AND THE CARIBBEAN INTELLECTUAL

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Literary Nonfiction. Caribbean, European, and African American Studies. "George Lamming, one of the Caribbean's finest intellects and foremost literary artists...summons us to the urgency of our obligations. The elegance of his utterance should not ...

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SOVEREIGNTY OF THE IMAGINATION: CONVERSATIONS III
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SOVEREIGNTY OF THE IMAGINATION: CONVERSATIONS III

House of Nehesi Publishers

Literary Nonfiction. Caribbean and African American Studies. Language and Ethnicity Politics. "SOVEREIGNTY OF THE IMAGINATION gives us that capacity for language and therefore the ability to name and establish categories...it allows us to define fre...

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