Austin Clarke: Essays On His Works

Austin Clarke: Essays On His Works is a collection of one of Toronto's best known figures. Clarke is a writer, a politician and a social commentator with many published works under his name. He documented the West Indian immigrants condition in one of the most profound ways, giving a voice against the racism and discrimination that plagued him and his people.

This collection is filled with essays and work that speak to his voice, and his passion and tenderness as a writer and advocate for West Indian rights.


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