Caribbean

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In a volume taking its title from Poe's story "The Purloined Letter," Karem (English, Cleveland State U.) treats US American purloining (i.e., marginalizing) of the Carribean islands' contribution to the literary culture of the Western hemisphere (e.g., pan-Africanism and pan-American modernism), despite a long history of cultural and literary exchanges.
In September, Hurricane Floyd, which blew across the Bahamas and other Carribean islands before traveling up the U.S.
Whether along the Carribean islands or in State College, Penn., "the students are hooked," Griffin asserts.
Summary: London [UK], September 8 (ANI): The most powerful category 5 Hurricane Irma has killed at least 10 people across a number of Carribean islands, according to the Independent.
London [UK], September 8 ( ANI ): The most powerful category 5 Hurricane Irma has killed at least 10 people across a number of Carribean islands, according to the Independent.