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CRITICISM

Brathwaite, E. Kamau, Mervyn Morris, and Lorna Goodison. Three Caribbean Poets on Their Work. Edited by Victor L. Chang. Mona, Jamaica: Institute of Caribbean Studies, 1993.

Discussion of the poetry of Goodison and two other Caribbean poets.

Goodison, Lorna and Frank Barbelsingh. “Lorna Goodison: Heartease.” In Frontiers of...

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CRITICISM

Brathwaite, E. Kamau, Mervyn Morris, and Lorna Goodison. Three Caribbean Poets on Their Work. Edited by Victor L. Chang. Mona, Jamaica: Institute of Caribbean Studies, 1993.

Discussion of the poetry of Goodison and two other Caribbean poets.

Goodison, Lorna and Frank Barbelsingh. “Lorna Goodison: Heartease.” In Frontiers of Caribbean Literatures in English, edited by Frank Barbelsingh, pp. 152-66. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.

Interview in which Birbalsingh explores with Goodison the meaning of her writings and the influence of her Caribbean heritage on her works.

Additional coverage of Goodison's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Contemporary Authors, Vol. 142; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vol. 88; Contemporary Poets; Contemporary Women Poets; and Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 157.

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