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This manuscript focuses on Caribbean and American culture, in addition to, Guyanese Creolized English and American Standard English. The poems in this collection infuse oral and written poetic techniques to write back to the hierarchies of language and literature set by the British empire. Upon defense, this collection was distinguished as an affirming love letter to Black women.
Wong, Carmin, "The Language of Empire" (2020). University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations. 2828.
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