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#4323: scholarly articles published on Haiti (fwd)
From: Elizabeth McAlister <firstname.lastname@example.org>
These scholarly articles were published this week on Haiti. To find,
consult a good reference librarian.
>JT Transition : an international review.
>DA 2000 n 81 / 82
>AU Carpentier, Alejo
>TI Music in Cuba.
>SU Rumberas and Haitian refugees. Yoruba priests and Creole bandleaders. Salon
> dancers and sailors. Free blacks and modernist poets. The story of Cuban
> music is the story of the Americas: a tiny island nation became a cauldron
> of invention. In this never-before-translated work, the late Alejo
> Carpentier reconstructs the world the slaves made in Cuba.
>JT Index on censorship.
>DA MAY 01 2000 v 29 n 3
>AU Arthur, Charles
>SU King Creole.
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