French Studies CARIBBEAN LITERATURE By BRIDGET JONES, Roehampton Institute, London (This survey covers the years 199 1-92) I. GENERAL Information sources continue to expand, with the biennial biblio graphy of Francophone Caribbean Lit. by Renee Larrier, Callaloo, 15: 236-62, supplying valuable short notes on content for a wide range of material, and NLi devoting no. 106 to '2000 Titres de litterature des Caraibes'. The quarterly Creole studies newsletter, Gazet sifon bli/ Lavwa ka bay (Aix-en-Provence), has added some reviews to its bibliographical listings. An imaginatively written, well illus. and selective manual by Patrick Chamoiseau and Raphael Confiant, Lettres creoles: Tracees antillaises et continentales de la litterature 1635-1975, Hatier, 199 I, Iii + 23 I pp., gives fuller definition to the flexible concept of'creolite' which both authors illustrate in their fiction. Focus shifts away from the written lit. in French examined in previous historical surveys such as J. Corzani, 1978, and R. Toumson, 1989. Note also further essays on the dynamics of Caribbean cultural expression by Maximilien Laroche, La Double Scene de la representation. Oraliture et litterature dans la Cara"ibe, Quebec, Laval D.P., GRELCA, 1991,234 pp. and a survey: G.-H. Leotin, 'a summary overview of Antillean literature in Creole', Callaloo,
The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Mar 13, 1993
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