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Thiefing sugar

Omise"eke Natasha Tinsley

Thiefing sugar

eroticism between women in Caribbean literature

by Omise"eke Natasha Tinsley

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham [NC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caribbean literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
  • Lesbianism in literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementOmise"eke Natasha Tinsley.
    SeriesPerverse modernities, Perverse modernities
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN849.C3 T56 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24054686M
    ISBN 109780822347569, 9780822347774
    LC Control Number2010004456

    Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley, Thiefing Sugar Eroticism between Women in Caribbean Literature, Duke University Press, According to Caribbean theorists, the lives and history of West Indian people are irremediably linked to a tormented landscape which reflects natural disasters such as volcanic eruptions, or more commonly : Carole Edwards. I Am a Martinican Woman (French: Je suis Martiniquaise) is a semi-autobiographical novel written by Lucette Ceranus, under the pseudonym Mayotte Capécia, in the mid-twentieth tells the story of Mayotte's childhood and young adulthood, including her relationship with a white officer who ultimately abandons her in Martinique with their : Mayotte Capécia.

    Beginning with an examination of 19 th and 20 th century songs, poems, and novels in Thiefing Sugar: Eroticism Between Women in Caribbean Literature (), Dr. Tinsley’s research emphasizes that this mode of creative queer and feminist theorizing has a . In Thiefing Sugar: Eroticism Between Women in Caribbean Literature () and Ezili’s Mirrors: Black Queer Genders and the Work of the Imagination (), Tinsley's research emphasizes that creative queer and feminist theorizing has a long, transnational history. Her work also commits to imagining black feminist futures in the African Atlantic.

    Tinsley is the author of Thiefing Sugar: Eroticism between Women in Caribbean Literature and Ezili's Mirrors: Imagining Black Queer Genders. If you cannot attend the event and would like to order a signed copy of the book, add the book to your cart and put SIGNED COPY in the comments field at checkout.   Expanding upon the themes of her first book, Thiefing Sugar: Eroticism between Women in Caribbean Literature (Duke University Press, ), Tinsley admittedly began this second project in search of what “unexpected things [previously examined texts] might have to say about Caribbean lesbian, gay, transgender, and queer experience.” What.


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“Thiefing Sugar by Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley is a beautifully written, refreshing and innovative book. Tinsley examines the sophisticated ways in which gender and sexuality have historically and culturally articulated unique and revealing expressions of love and sex between women in the Caribbean region of the Americas.”.

“Thiefing Sugar by Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley is a beautifully written, refreshing and innovative book. Tinsley examines the sophisticated ways in which gender and sexuality have historically and culturally articulated unique and revealing expressions of love and sex between women in the Caribbean region of the Americas.”5/5(1).

In Thiefing Sugar, Omiseeke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between takes the books title from Dionne Brands novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism between women is likened to the sweet and subversive act of cane cutters stealing /5(2).

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In Thiefing Sugar, Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between women.

She takes the book's title from Dionne Brand's novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism. In Thiefing Sugar, Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between women.

She takes the book’s title from Dionne Brand’s novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism between women is likened to the sweet and subversive act of. In Thiefing Sugar, Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between takes the book’s title from Dionne Brand’s novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism between women is likened to the sweet and subversive act of cane cutters stealing Brand: Duke University Press.

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“Thiefing Sugar: Eroticism Between Women in Caribbean Literature,” by Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley. Duke University Press, pages, $ paper. Queer scholarship explores neglected but rewarding territory here, as Tinsley excavates erotic relations between women as represented in Caribbean poetry and prose.

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BibliographyAdisaOpal Palmer. “Journey into Speech: A Writer between Two Worlds; An Interview with Michelle Cliff.” African American Rev no. 2 (): In Thiefing Sugar, Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between takes the book’s title from Dionne Brand’s novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism between women is likened to the sweet and subversive act of cane cutters stealing sugar.

First published in and long out of print, Fernando Ortiz’s classic work, Cuban Counterpoint is recognized as one of the most important books of Latin American and Caribbean intellectual history.

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