The Arrivants

Writers and thinkers reconsider the classic New World trilogy The Arrivants by Kamau Brathwaite, a major voice in the Caribbean literary canon. What is the twenty-first century significance of diaspora and the history of violence, rupture, and expressive witness brought to bear on the “shock of arrival” that characterizes the reality of mass dispersal?

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