Philosophy in the West Indian Novel

University of the West Indies Press (2009)
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Aims of education: historicism and In the castle of my skin -- The meaning of life and Black lightning -- The inner radiance of the shelf in Palace of the peacock -- Knowledge and human understanding in A house for Mr Biswas -- Existentialism and The children of Sisyphus -- Tragic vision in Wide Sargasso Sea -- African conceptions of a person and Myal -- The law of karma in Sastra -- The moralty of reparations in Salt -- Plato versus Kincaid?: A reading of The autobiography of my mother.
Keywords West Indian fiction (English History and criticism  Philosophy in literature
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Call number PR9214.M35 2009
ISBN(s) 9789766402150
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