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Facing Diasporic Trauma

Self-Representation in the Writings of John Hearne, Caryl Phillips, and Fred D’Aguiar

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Slavery is a recurring motif in the writings of Fred D’Aguiar, John Hearne and Caryl Phillips. They narrate the fates of silenced victims who share the traumatic experience of racial violence even if otherwise separated through time, space, and gender.

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