"Considering two prominent African Caribbean immigrant authors who lived in the U.S., Hathaway provides a thought-provoking volume... " —ChoiceThis study investigates the lives and writings of two of the most prominent African Caribbean immigrant authors in the United States, Claude McKay (1890-1948) and Paule Marshall (b. 1929). Although both writers traditionally have been studied within the realm of African American literature, their works are significantly shaped by their backgrounds as Caribbean immigrants.
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