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Derek Walcott

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  • (1991) Steel
  • (1993) Odyssey: A Stage Version
  • (1997) The Capeman (book and lyrics, both in collaboration with Paul Simon)
  • (2002) Walker and The Ghost Dance
  • (2011) Moon-Child
  • (2014) O Starry Starry Night
  • Other books
    • (1950) Henri Christophe: A Chronicle in Seven Scenes, Barbados Advocate (Barbados)
    • (1990) The Poet in the Theatre, Poetry Book Society (London)
    • (1993) The Antilles: Fragments of Epic Memory Farrar, Straus (New York)
    • (1996) Conversations with Derek Walcott, University of Mississippi (Jackson, MS)
    • (1996) (With Joseph Brodsky and Seamus Heaney) Homage to Robert Frost, Farrar, Straus (New York)
    • (1998) What the Twilight Says (essays), Farrar, Straus (New York, NY)
    • (2002) Walker and Ghost Dance, Farrar, Straus (New York, NY)
    • (2004) Another Life: Fully Annotated, Lynne Rienner Publishers (Boulder, CO)
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