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Mary Chamberlain

‘pleasure’ of exile, are equally built into the fabric of Water with Berries and of Age of Innocence . Lamming’s voice is also the voice of action. Language has been reinvented as praxis, requiring new interpretative forms to read the semiotics of movement. In his writing we witness the embodiment of language. It derives from an old language, indigenous to the Caribbean

in West Indian intellectuals in Britain