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Narratives of Exile and Return, PDF eBook

Narratives of Exile and Return PDF

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In this original and compelling book, Mary Chamberlain explores the nature and meaning of migration for Barbadians who migrated to Britain and elsewhere.

It is a unique oral and social history, based on life-story interviews across three or more generations of Barbadian families.

Locating migration within the contemporary debate on modernity, Narratives of Exile and Return highlights the continuing role of migration in shaping the culture and history of Barbados.

But it does more by providing post-modern theorizing with concrete national and ethnic settings.

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