Derek Walcott (1930- )
A selective list of literary criticism for St. Lucian poet Derek Walcott, favoring signed articles by recognized scholars, articles published in reviewed sources, and web sites that adhere to the Modern Language Association Guidelines for Web Pages
"Derek Walcott." Poetry Archive. Directors, Andrew Motion & Richard Carrington.
Derek Walcott, a biography from Contemporary Writers, from the British Council
A NYTimes review of The Bounty by William Logan, June 29, 1997. Also links to other Times reviews of The Fortunate Traveler, Midsummer, Collected Poems 1948-1984, The Arkansas Testament, and Omeros.
"A Divided Child, or Derek Walcott's Postcolonial Philology." "The study of Derek Walcott is divided terrain, not unlike the confrontations of Classics and Caribbean life staged in his poetry." Conference paper abstract, by Cashman Kerr Prince, McMaster University
An introduction to the West Indian poet Derek Walcott, from the postcolonial literature project at Emory Univ.
An overview of Derek Walcott from the World Literatures in English Web Site, Fu Jen University, Taiwan
An newspaper article on Derek Walcott's poetry from the Boston Globe, Oct. 9, 1992
A review of Tiepolo's Hound (2001) by Amanda Jeremin Harris, in The Richmond Review (UK), n.d
A newspaper article about Derek Walcott's winning the Nobel prize, from the Boston Globe April 25, 1993
An introduction to the poet Derek Walcott from the Academy of American Poets
"Unphantasmal Peace." A review of The Bounty, reviewed by Adam Kirsch in The New Republic, Dec. 15, 1997 (removed)
"Epic of the Dispossessed," a review of Derek Walcott's Omeros, by Professor Robert D. Hamner, U of Missouri P 1997 (removed from http://www.system.missouri.edu/upress/fall1997/hamner.htm)
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