In Cambridge Caryl Phillips explores the feelings of uncertainty that defined the period of time between the abolition of the slave trade and the emancipation of the slaves. It is the powerful and haunting story of Emily Cartwright, a young Englishwoman sent to visit her father's plantation in the West Indies, and of Cambridge, the plantation slave struggling to maintain his dignity in a transient world.
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Caryl Phillips was born in St Kitts, West Indies, in 1958. Brought up in England, he has written for television, radio, theatre and the screen.$$$He is the author of numerous books of fiction and non-fiction, including The Final Passage, Higher Ground, Cambridge, Crossing the River (shortlisted for the 1993 Booker Prize), The Nature of Blood, A State of Independence, Atlantic Sound and The European Tribe. He is also the editor of Extravagant Strangers and The Right Set, an anthology of writing on tennis. His adaptation of The Final Passage was directed by Peter Hall and screened by Channel Four. His awards include the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a James Tait Black Memorial Prize. Since 1998 he has been Professor of English and Henry R. Luce Professor of Migration and Social Order at Barnard College, Columbia University. He divides his time between homes in the UK and the USA.
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Descrizione libro Faber & Faber Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0571204074