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Earl Lovelace

1938-Present Day

Born: Trinidad and Tobago, 1938

Biography

Earl Lovelace born in Toco, Trinidad is an award winning playwright, novelist and journalist. Lovelace attended Howard University, Washington in 1966-7 and received his M.A. in English from John Hopkins University in 1974. In 1980 he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship and spent that year at the University of Iowa. After teaching at a number of other American universities, Lovelace returned to Trinidad in 1982, where he now lives and writes, teaching at the University of the West Indies. A collection of his plays, Jestina’s Calypso and Other Plays, was published in 1984.

Publications

Jestina's Calypso

Jestina's Calypso

Year: 1984

Publisher: Heinemann Caribbean Writers Series

My Name is Village

My Name is Village

Year: 1984

Publisher: Heinemann Caribbean Writers Series

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