Saramago’s ‘Lost and Found in Time’ 2nd Novel Claraboya Published‘Claraboya’, novela inédita de José Saramago, se publica en español

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By Granma | Elespectador | NY Times | Thomas Christopher’s blog | You Tube| Haiti Chery. Jose Saramago wrote Claraboya in the 1950’s but received no word until 40 years later from the publisher to whom it was sent. The dictatorial regime of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar in Portugal is presumed to have censored the novel, and in the end Saramago decided that it should be published posthumously. It has just appeared in Portuguese and Spanish — the latter version being from Pinal del Rio, Saramago’s widow and translator. (English | Spanish)

Excerpt from “La Belle Amour Humaine” By Lyonel TrouillotExtrait de “La Belle Amour Humaine” par Lyonel TrouillotExcerpt from “La Belle Amour Humaine” By Lyonel Trouillot

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By Lionel Trouillot | Translated by Linda Coverdale. The Grand Prix du Roman Métis was awarded last week to Haitian poet and novelist Lyonel Trouillot for his novel La Belle Amour Humaine, published by Actes Sud (2011). (English | French)By Lionel Trouillot | Translated by Linda Coverdale. The Grand Prix du Roman Métis was awarded last week to Haitian poet and novelist Lyonel Trouillot for his novel La Belle Amour Humaine, published by Actes Sud (2011).By Lionel Trouillot | Translated by Linda Coverdale. The Grand Prix du Roman Métis was awarded last week to Haitian poet and novelist Lyonel Trouillot for his novel La Belle Amour Humaine, published by Actes Sud (2011).

A Sea Change

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A Poem by Derek Walcott. Derek Walcott is a writer and painter from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. He was born in 1930. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1992. This is his poem #22 under “A Sea Change” in his latest volume of poetry, titled White Egrets (2010).A Poem by Derek Walcott. Derek Walcott is a writer and painter from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. He was born in 1930. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1992. This is his poem #22 under “A Sea Change” in his latest volume of poetry, titled White Egrets (2010).A Poem by Derek Walcott. Derek Walcott is a writer and painter from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. He was born in 1930. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1992. This is his poem #22 under “A Sea Change” in his latest volume of poetry, titled White Egrets (2010).