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COVER 63, NO. 4

CQ Volume 63, No. 4 (December 2017)

New Lens, New Vision


CONTENTS

Editor’s Note  /  443

 
ARTIST’S VOICE

  •  A Dress to the Nation: here is not a happy place           /           445

            RICHARD MARK RAWLINS

FEATURE ARTICLES

  •  Livity as a Dimension of Identity in Rastafari Thought:
     Implications for Development in Africana Societies  /  451
          
            LAWRENCE O. BAMIKOLE
  • Caribbean Ethnobotany before Roumain: Eugène Nau’s Nineteenth-century  Contribution to an Understanding of the “Indian Flora of Haiti” / 467
           
             MICHAEL C. REYES
  •  Who Is a Philosopher? Answers from Five Jamaican Poets  /  484
           
             ST HOPE EARL McKENZIE

  • “This War Is Going to Teach Us Many Lessons”: Amy Bailey’s World War II Discourse / 502
            
             DALEA BEAN
  •  Island Time: Disasters in the Comprehension of Montserrat’s Past  /  529
           
             JAMES ROBERTSON
  •  “Till Now Was Never,” and Other Impossible Things /  551
          
              KEVIN ADONIS BROWNE

 
POEM

  •  After the Hurricane   /           565

              THOMAS REITER



 

BOOK REVIEWS

Marcia Douglas, The Marvellous Equations of the Dread:
A Novel in Bass Riddim /  567

            REVIEWED BY OPAL PALMER ADISA

 

John Hearne, John Hearne’s Short Fiction. Ed. & with Preface by, Shivaun Hearne. Introduction, Kim Robinson-Walcott. Foreword, Marlon James / 571

            REVIEWED BY F.S.J. LEDGISTER

 

Supriya M. Nair, ed. Teaching Anglophone Caribbean Literature574

            REVIEWED BY JAWHAR AHMED DHOUIB

 

 Margaret Jones, Public Health in Jamaica 1850–1940: Neglect, Philanthropy and Development / 578

            REVIEWED BY ONEIL HALL

 

 Notes on Contributors /  583

 

 Books for Review /  585

 

 Submission Guidelines /  589






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