Standard Name: Donnell, Alison
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Since UM 's death, critics have been slow to acknowledge her contributions to West Indian literature and to black feminism. Until the mid-1980s she received only passing notice in literary histories of the West Indies...
Critics Alison Donnell and Sarah Lawson Welsh , who are interested in recuperating marginalised Caribbean women's writing, provide a postcolonial reading of the story, which sees the Empress Josephine as twice colonized: she is the...
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