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    Derek Walcott for me is the best, he has also won the Nobel prize for literature. I am loving the fact that he is from St. Lucia. His writing is not really Caribbean but more of an English(British style). I also love George Lamming's in the Castle of My Skin, Andrea Levy's Small Island and Malorie Blackman Noughts and Crosses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by humble1 View Post
    Derek Walcott for me is the best, he has also won the Nobel prize for literature. I am loving the fact that he is from St. Lucia. His writing is not really Caribbean but more of an English(British style). I also love George Lamming's in the Castle of My Skin, Andrea Levy's Small Island and Malorie Blackman Noughts and Crosses.
    big up, Mr. Walcott! i also liked in the Castle of My Skin. we had to read it in my Creole Narratives class. prof had a British accent, locs, and was a looker....let me tell you!
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    what is the best book you've ever read?

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    I recently read The Dew Breaker by Edwidge Danticat and I would be glad if you advise something similar.The Dragon Can't Dance by Earl Lovelace, these are beautiful pieces and are easy to read.

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    I'm currently reading "theory of games and economic behavior" by von Neumann and Morgenstern because I want to make a money online using my knowledge on websites like this one https://rocketpayz.com/no-deposit-casino-paypal/ , also I'm starting on "An Untamed Statu" by Roxanne Gay.

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    Of course, my favorite writer is Derek Walcott, I read almost all of his works. Love his style. I even started to study literature, read articles like this https://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2018/0...riting-skills/ to improve my skills and learn to write just as cool.

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    I like the books of many Caribbean authors.

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