Creole Testimonies: Slave Narratives from the British West by N. Aljoe

By N. Aljoe

Analyses the relationships one of the socio-historical contexts, regular varieties, and rhetorical recommendations of British West Indian slave narratives. Grounded via the syncretic theories of creolisation and testimonio  it breaks new floor through examining those dictated and fragmentary narratives all alone phrases as examples of 'creole testimony'.

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