Caribbean Literature in Translation
BLST222 (Liberal Arts) Caribbean Literature in Translation 3 hrs. 3 crs. The Caribbean experience as presented in the literary works of its people from 1804 to the present, highlighting the historical role and literary representation of famous Caribbean personages. The role of the cultural review in the literary development of the Caribbean. Representative authors including Frantz Fanon, Claude McKay, Paul Niger, Jacques Roumain, Aime Cesaire, Chantel, George Lamming, C.L.R. James, and Wilson Harris. Preq: Junior status or permission from the department. Not open to students with credit in AAS 322.