In 1932 the young writer and political activist C.L.R. James arrived in London from his native Trinidad. This volume reveals C.L.R. James's first encounter with the colonial metropolis and the values that had already shaped his intellectual development in Trinidad.books; teaching, writing and taking part in the activities of literary and cultural groups; and reading the major English literary ... experiences at the time allow us to see the process by which he was coming into full realisation of the complexities of race ... author of the first Trinidadian novel, Emmanuel Appadocca (1854), celebrating Philipa#39;s courageous struggle against social and cultural letters from London.
|Title||:||Letters from London|
|Author||:||Cyril Lionel Robert James|
|Publisher||:||Signal Books - 2003-01-01|