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by Frank Collymore,Harold Barratt,Reinhard W. Sander

eBook The Man Who Loved Attending Funerals and Other Stories (Caribbean Writers Series) ePub
Author: Frank Collymore,Harold Barratt,Reinhard W. Sander
Language: English
ISBN: 0435989316
ISBN13: 978-0435989316
Publisher: Heinemann (September 1, 1993)
Pages: 178
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
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Frank Collymore was at the centre of the West Indian literary renaissance of the forties and fifties

Frank Collymore was at the centre of the West Indian literary renaissance of the forties and fifties. He was a master of the short story, bringing together a mordant wit and a sympathetic understanding of human failings to tackle subjects ranging from the eccentric to the psychotic.

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Frank Collymore was born in St. Michael, Barbados, to Joseph Appleton . Other Works by Frank Collymore. The Man Who Loved Attending Funerals and Other Stories. Michael, Barbados, to Joseph Appleton Collymore, a government customs officer, and Rebecca Wilhelmina, nee Clark. Collymore attended Combermere School, a grammar school for boys, from 1903 to 1910 and taught at the same school from 1910 until 1963. In a 1986 essay in Fifty Caribbean Writers, Edward Baugh asserts, Collymore earned his reputation as a doyen and godfather of West Indian Literature.

The Man Who Loved Attending Funerals and Other Stories (Caribbean Writers Series) by Frank A. Collymore, Harold Barratt, Reinhard W. Sander Paperback, 178 Pages, Published 1993 by Heinemann ISBN-13: 978-0-435-98931-6, ISBN: 0-435-98931-6.

Collymore, Frank A. Publication, Distribution, et. Uniform Title: Caribbean writers series (Unnumbered). Download DOC book format. Oxford ; Portsmouth, . Heinemann International Literature and Textbooks, (c)1993. Download PDF book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Other Authors: Barratt, Harold Sander, Reinhard. Series: CWS (Series).

The Man Who Loved Attending Funerals and Other Stories (1993) (published posthumously)

The Man Who Loved Attending Funerals and Other Stories (1993) (published posthumously). Day's End (year unknown). "Frank Collymore-The Legacy" Archived 2015-05-11 at the Wayback Machine, Frank Collymore Hall. Philip Nanton (January–February 2004). The man who loved to have fun".

Personal Name: Sander, Reinhard. Uniform Title: Caribbean writers series (Unnumbered)

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Frank Collymore was at the centre of the West Indian literary renaissance of the forties and fifties. He was a master of the short story, bringing together a mordant wit and a sympathetic understanding of human failings to tackle subjects ranging from the eccentric to the psychotic.This collection includes 'Shadows', a sombre depiction of alienation, a satirical dissection of social climbing in 'RSVP to Mrs Bush-Hall', and in 'The Snag' a young boy's growing pains are written about with gentle irony.
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