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Mary Chamberlain

a conversation with history sustained? In a metaphor which has become a byword for postcolonial literature, Caliban has taken the language of Prospero and inverted it, or reinvented it, for his own purposes. ‘We shall never explode Prospero’s old myth’, Lamming argues in The Pleasures of Exile , ‘until we christen Language afresh’. 76 To command the master’s language

in West Indian intellectuals in Britain