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Two Nineteenth-Century Plays from Trinidad: Martial Law in Trinidad and Past and Present

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Two Nineteenth-Century Plays from Trinidad: Martial Law in Trinidad and Past and Present - Brereton, Bridget (Editor), and Winer, Lise (Editor)
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This fourth volume in the Caribbean Heritage series presents the texts of two short plays, first written in Trinidad in 1832 and 1852-53. The author of Martial Law in Trinidad was E.L. Joseph, an English-born long-time resident of Trinidad, who later published a novel, Warner Arundell: The Adventures of a Creole , and the first history of the island. The author of Past and Present is not known, but may have been G.N. Dessources, a mixed-race Trinidadian who probably wrote Adolphus, a Tale around the same time. ...

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Two Nineteenth-Century Plays from Trinidad: Martial Law in Trinidad and Past and Present 2021, University of the West Indies Press, Kingston

ISBN-13: 9789766408336

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