- Title Pages
- Introduction: Looking Beyond Windrush
- Indianness and Nationalism in the Windrush Era
- Contradictory Omens: Repatriation and Resistance in Ismith Khan’s <i>The Jumbie Bird</i>
- Between Windrush and Wolfenden: Class Crossings and Queer Desire in Andrew Salkey’s Postwar London
- Rescripting Anglophone Caribbean Women’s Literary History: Gender, Genre, and Lost Caribbean Voices
- “Neither Pathological nor Perfect”: Joyce Gladwell’s Late Autobiographical Challenge to the Windrush Generation
- Elma Napier’s Literary Sense of Place
- The BBC’s <i>Caribbean Voices</i> and Its “Critics’ Circle”: Radio Criticism and the Development of Anglophone Caribbean Literature
- John Hearne’s Plantation Fantasy
- John Hearne: Beyond the Plantation
- Kingston Calling: Mais’s Paris, 1954
- Marie Chauvet and the Writer’s Exile from the Postcolonial Public Sphere
- Beyond Windrush and the Original Black Atlantic Routes: Austin Clarke, Race, and Canada’s Influence on Anglophone Caribbean Literature
- Federated Ocean States: Archipelagic Visions of the Third World at Midcentury
- Epilogue: Coming of Age in the Fifties
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