Shedding light on valuable--and often highly entertaining--biographical material regarding the life of Trinidadian writer Ismith Khan, this monograph displays a cogent appreciation for this author's literary accomplishments. Insightful readings of Khan's three novels and his collection of stories are included, exploring his skill in representing the diversity of Trinidadian English and Creoles across generations, ethnicities, and class. Celebrating Khan as a poet of urban experience and the passage from rural to urban lives, this study is equally acute on his exploration of identity within an ethnically diverse society. Clear and well-documented, this survey demonstrates a persuasive case for the reevaluation of this writer's work.
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