Comma

Literary correspondence: letters and emails in Caribbean writing

Comma (2017), 2017, (1), 99–110.

Abstract

This article explores the role of correspondence (and literary archives in general) in illuminating central aspects of Caribbean literary culture and authors’ work, with a consideration of the challenges and the need to preserve email correspondence for archives in the future. It aims to demonstrate how the correspondence of a wide range of authors embedded in various literary archives has the potential to deepen our knowledge and sense of the making of Caribbean literary culture and history.

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Campa, Marta Fernández