Sam Selvon, The Lonely Londoners
Sam Selvon, The Lonely Londoners

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Sam Selvon, The Lonely Londoners

Further reading

Berry, J. (ed.) (1976) Bluefoot Traveller: An Anthology of West Indian Poets in Britain, London, Limestone Publications.
Berry, J. (1979) Fractured Circles, London, New Beacon Books.
Berry, J. (1982) Lucy’s Letters and Loving, London, New Beacon Books.
Berry, J. (1985) Chain of Days, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Lamming, G. (1992 [1960]) The Pleasures of Exile, Ann Arbor, MI, The University of Michigan Press.
Nasta, S. (ed.) (1988) Critical Perspectives on Sam Selvon, Washington, D.C., Three Continents Press.
Phillips, M. and Phillips, T. (1998) Windrush: The Irresistible Rise of Multi-Racial Britain, London, Harper Collins.
Selvon, S. (1984 [1975]) Moses Ascending, Oxford, Heinemann.
Selvon, S. (1991 [1983]) Moses Migrating, Washington, D.C., Three Continents Press.
Selvon, S. (1997 [1952]) A Brighter Sun, Harlow, Longman.
Wyke, C. (1991) Sam Selvon’s Dialectical Style and Fictional Strategy, Vancouver, BC, University of British Columbia Press.
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