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Heap, Brian S.
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Phillip Sherlock Centre for the Performing Arts
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Songs of a surrogate mother: The nursery rhyme in Caribbean culture
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Conference on Caribbean Culture: In honor of Professor Rex Nettleford
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March 4-6, 1996
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University of the West Indies, Mona. Kingston, Jamaica
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Abstract
Explores the role and function of nursery rhymes as “vehicles for protest, satire, ridicule and rebellion”. Discusses the processes of cultural resistance and creativity that have shaped Caribbean nursery rhymes.