Cambridge has 528 ratings and 39 reviews aren said: reviewing months or even weeks after reading a book has a mildly distorting effect the mind latc. Discussion of themes and motifs in caryl phillips' cambridge enotes critical analyses help you gain a deeper understanding of cambridge so you can excel on your essay or test.
A further exploration of slavery and the african diaspora by west indian-born and british-reared phillips (the final passage, 1990, etc), which, for all its ambition, reads more like a term paper than a novel. Caryl phillips was born in stkitts and came to britain at the age of four months he grew up in leeds, and studied english literature at oxford university he began writing for the theatre and his plays include strange fruit (1980), where there is darkness (1982) and the shelter (1983.
Cambridge, caryl phillips’s fifth novel, is a complex feat of historical imagining cambridge attempts to reconstruct the spirit of the age in which it is set this ambitious, and largely.
The end of caryl phillips’s novel cambridge (1991) leaves the reader somewhat in the lurch  who is the hero or heroine cambridge, the enlightened slave who gets hanged because of racial prejudice, or emily, the wealthy puritan englishwoman who dies in an alien world. Cambridge is a devoutly christian slave in the west indies whose sense of justice is both profound and self-destructive, while emily is a morally-blind, genteel englishwoman from the trade paperback edition.
More about the novel cambridge, by caryl phillips cambridge is a devoutly christian slave in the west indies whose sense of justice is both profound and self-destructive, while emily is a morally-blind, genteel englishwoman.