The first detailed consideration of McKay's formative years, the themes and politics of his early poetry, and his pioneering use of Jamaican creole.
“Short, brilliant, provocative and often entertainingly upbeat.”—New Society
“One of the most illuminating, theoretically informed accounts of popular fiction.”—Terry Eagleton
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Spanning time and space from late Victorian Britain and Ireland to postwar America and Latin America, Late Imperial Culture maps crucial regions in...
This pioneering and influential work of feminist theory has been extensively updated by the author to chart the changes in feminist film theory and...
In the years of the Reagan–Bush era, the controversy over ‘political correctness’ erupted on American campuses, spreading to the mainstream media...