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This book provides a fresh and illuminating approach to the poetry of Derek Walcott by combinging close analysis and interpretation with a perspective that is not restricted to current post-colonial or even Caribbean readings of Walcott's work. In this respect, our volume will be useful for those readers who seek to become familiar with some of the underlying traditions and different types of poetic veins that interact in the poetry of the Caribbean Nobel Prize.
I have no nation but imagination - Derek Walcott, a Carribbean in North America (Jose Antonio Gurpegui Paclacios); tropical sublime - Derek Walcott's early poetry (Julian Jimenez Hefferman); "Terza Rima" - the sea and history in "Omeros" (Jose Maria Perez-Fernandez); the poetics of space in Derek Walcott (Rosa Morillas Sanchez); return to Sainte Lucie - poetry music and critics (Miguel Angel Martinez-Cabeza); the rhetoric of dirt and the Hermeneneutics of Mystery - "God rest ye merry gentlemen Part II" (Jose Luis Martinez-Duenas); metaphor in Walcott (Belen Soria Clivelles); an interview with Derek Walcott (Jose Maria Perez-Fernandez).
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