SOCIAL justice in literature, ELITISM in literature, EUGENICS in literature, RACISM in literature, FASCISM in literature, and POETRY (Literary form) -- History & criticism
A literary criticism of the poetry book "Intercessions" by poet Denis Devlin is presented. It explores the tension between motion and stasis in the book. It outlines the focus on the book to be on the social and ethical injustice that oppresses people where it denounces the ideas of elitism, eugenics, racism and fascism. A detailed analysis of the poetry lines is presented.
BLACKS in literature, WORKING class in literature, FOREIGN workers -- Great Britain, MULTICULTURALISM in literature, and RACISM in literature
The article discusses the complex interaction of class and race in the works of novelist Caryl Phillips with particular focus on his two novels "In the Falling Snow" and "The Lost Child". It outlines the focus of his works on the situation of the migrant black working class people residing in Great Britain. The concepts of multiculturalism and racism have been discussed.