The Nature of Blood

Further reading

  • Charras, Françoise, "De-Centering the Center: George Lamming’s Natives of My Person (1972) and Caryl Phillips’s Cambridge (1991)", in Maria Diedrich, Carl Pedersen and Justine Tally (eds), Mapping African America: History, Narrative Form and the Production of Knowledge. Hamburg: LIT, 1999, pp. 61–78.
  • Joannou, Maroula. "'Go West, Old Woman': The Radical Re-Visioning of Slave History in Caryl Phillips’s Crossing the River", in Brycchan Carey and Peter J. Kitson (eds), Slavery and the Cultures of Abolition: Essays Marking the Bicentennial of the British Abolition Act of 1807. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2007.
  • Ledent, Bénédicte. Caryl Phillips. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002.
  • Muñoz-Valdivieso, Sofia, "'Amazing Grace': The Ghosts of Newton, Equiano and Barber in Caryl Phillips's Fiction", Afroeuropa 2, 1 (2008).
  • O’Callaghan, Evelyn. "Historical Fiction and Fictional History: Caryl Phillips’s Cambridge”, Journal of Commonwealth Literature 29.2 (1993): 34-47.

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