List of reviews for The Coral Rooms
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Anthony Kellman 'The revisionary interior image: A Caribbean author explores his work' Studies in the Literary Imagination
Anthony Kellman discusses his The Coral Rooms; the cave metaphor, neo-colonialist self-oppression, Wilson Harris’ notions of interior, redemption through compassion, redemption through interior dream aesthetics. V. useful
Sasenarine Persaud 'Anthony Kellman: The Coral Rooms' World Literature Today Summer 1995
Review with brief synopsis, which takes issue with Wilson Harris’ perception of the hero loathing himself
Robyn Hood Black '"Bringing islands to the Sandhills": The Coral Rooms' Metropolitan Spirit
Canadian interview with brief biography. Kellman talks about role of landscape in his writing, referring to the (then unpublished) Coral Rooms, and his notion of 'complex singularity'
Keith Jardim 'Kellman - spirit of Caribbean landscape: The Coral Rooms' Trinidad Guardian
Review including synopsis of novel that appreciates the metaphorical complexity of the main character’s experience of neo-colonialism and his escape from it, and the poetic language
Chris Searle 'Choice cuts of the cane: The Coral Rooms' Morning Star
Comparative review of The Coral Rooms and June Henfrey's Coming Home, focussing on how characters deal with their environment and their struggle.