List of reviews for Caribbean Passion
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Suzanne Scafe, London South Bank University The Caribbean: Introduction Journal of Commonwealth Literature
An introductory overview of recent developments in Caribbean literature, commencing with a dialogue between the terms 'Caribbean' and 'West Indian'. Placing the volume in importance within the analytical framework.
David Katz Fruit of Passion Caribbean Beat
A sweeping biography of Opal Palmer Adisa's life, the review argues that this volume challenges our perceptions of Caribbean life.
Erika J. Waters A Passionate Poet The Caribbean Writer
Review emphasizing the motif of the strong woman figure in Caribbean Passion, in a collection which is argued to be 'dramatic monologue' rather than typical poetry.
Geoffrey Philp Caribbean Passion Jamaicansrus.com
'Unabashedly exotic', 'boldly passionate': in this thorough review, Geoffrey Philp explores Opal Palmer Adisa's ability to write against literary trends, continue to explore human sensuality and recreate a love of the islands.