David Dabydeen

Standard Name: Dabydeen, David


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Intertextuality and Influence Marina Warner
Caribbean poets including Aimé Césaire , Derek Walcott , Wilson Harris , Kenneth Kamau Braithwaite , Olive Senior , David Dabydeen , and Jamaica Kincaid provided linguistic inspiration, as did the novelist Lamming. Warner notes...
Literary responses Marjorie Bowen
The recent historian David Dabydeen notes that Bowen's perceptiveness is unusual: she is one of only two commentators to have remarked before him on this eighteenth-century black female Londoner.
Dabydeen, David. Hogarth’s Blacks: Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century English Art. University of Georgia Press, 1987.
Literary responses Marina Warner
Its reception has also resulted in several interviews with Warner being published. Interviewer David Dabydeen , himself a writer of Caribbean origin, notes that he found remarkable the fact that it was a very powerful...


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