Eyeing the North Star: Directions in African-Canadian Literature
Mixing prose, poetry, and drama, and including the work of established writers and new voices, writing in English as well as French (in translation here), Eyeing the North Star is a varied and vibrant overview of the recent evolution of African-Canadian Literature.
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AUSTIN CLARKE 1934
GERARD ETIENNE 1936
CLAIRE HARRIS 1937
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