Collected Poems by Derek Walcott

This anthology is a comprehensive collection of lyrical works by a Nobel laureate, showcasing a remarkable career spanning several decades. The poems weave together the lush tapestry of the Caribbean landscape, the complexities of colonial legacy, and the interplay of cultures that define the poet's homeland. With a masterful command of language and form, the poet explores themes of identity, history, and the enduring power of art. His work is characterized by its rich imagery, profound introspection, and a deep sense of place, offering readers a reflective journey through the personal and collective experiences that have shaped his vision of the world.

The 8457th greatest book of all time


Published
1986
Nationality
Saint Lucian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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