Mapping Patriotic Pain: Caribbean novels of D’Aguiar and Dandicat

Daphne Grace

Abstract


Daphne Grace DPhil

(Sussex) teaches in the School of English Studies, The College of The Bahamas (Northern Campus). She holds a doctorate in English Literature; an MA in English and American Literature with a specialization in creative writing; and a BA in English and Anthropology. She has also taught at the University of Sussex, England, and at Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. She has researched and published widely in anthologies, and has authored two monographs: The Woman in the Muslin Mask: Veiling and Identity in Postcolonial Literature (2004) and Relocating Consciousness: Diasporic Writers and the Dynamics of Literary Experience (2007). She is a member of the editorial board for the e-journal, Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, and a reader for Wasafiri: Caribbean, African, Asian and Associated Literatures in English.

Full Text:

PDF