Kei Miller

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Last quote by Kei Miller

Walcott always insisted that he was a Caribbean writer, and that this wasn't a limit, that it didn't make his work parochial. I always say I want to write a large literature from a small place, and it is Walcott who embodies that attitude more than anyone else.
Mar 17 2017
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