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Ramabai Espinet (born 1948) is an Indo-Caribbean poet, novelist, essayist, and critic from Trinidad and Tobago. Espinet was born in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago.
Ramabai Espinet (born 1948) is an Indo-Caribbean poet, novelist, essayist, and critic from Trinidad and Tobago. She attended York University in Toronto, Canada before earning a P. at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad. She currently teaches English at Seneca College. Her writings on Euro-Creole women is influenced from works from Jean Rhys and Phyllis Shand Allfrey.
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RAMABAI ESPINET is a writer, critic and academic
RAMABAI ESPINET is a writer, critic and academic. Her published works include the poetry collection Nuclear Seasons (1991), the children’s books The Princess of Spadina (1992) and Ninja’s Carnival (1993) as well as short fiction and poetry published in anthologies such as Her Mother’s Ashes, Aurat Durbar, Green Cane and Juicy Flotsam, Another Way to Dance and Wheel and Come Again.
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Espinet, Ramabai, 1948-. Download book Nuclear seasons : poems, by Ramabai Espinet. Publication, Distribution, et. Toronto. Sister Vision Press, (c)1991. Physical Description: 92 p. ;, 22 cm. General Note: Poems.
Her book of poetry, Nuclear Seasons, was published in 1991. Ramabai Espinet is a woman who writes with the clar-ity and wisdom of someone who has lived her stories. She also became well known as a children’s book author after her two books were pub-lished, The Princess of Spadina and Ninja’s Carnival, in 1992 and 1993, respectively. Espinet’s ageless, angry, and poetic writing weaves the idea of the Asian Diaspora with the struggles and lifestyles of the modern Indo-Caribbean woman. Ramabai Espinet is a woman who writes with the clar-ity and wisdom of someone who has lived her stories
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Author of The Swinging Bridge~Ramabai Espinet, The swinging bridge, Creation Fire, Creation fire, Ninja's carnival, Nuclear seasons.
Ramabai Espinet was born in Trinidad and Tobago in 1948. Espinet’s performance pieces Beyond the Kalapani, and Indian Robber Talk both explore the historical record of South Asian immigration to the Caribbean. Fiction (Juvenile, Picture book). Since the 1970s she has divided her time between Canada and the Caribbean. Her Indo-Caribbean heritage figures prominently in much of her work. Toronto: Sister Vision, 1993. The Princess of Spadina: A Tale of Toronto. Illustrated by Veronica Sullivan.