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Caryl Phillips was born in St Kitts in 1958, grew up in the North of England and now lives in New York. He began his literary career as a playwright, and is now mainly known as an essayist and a novelist. He has won many awards for his writing, including the James Tait Black Memorial Prize (for Crossing the River, in 1993) and the Commonwealth Writers' Prize (for A Distant Shore, in 2004). His latest novel is In the Falling Snow (2009), and his new collection of essays, Colour Me English, was released in 2011.

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18 November 2014: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

21 July 2014: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

26 September 2013: * Online Lectures & Readings section created. Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

23 April 2013: * Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

22 January 2013: * Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

6 May 2012: * Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

12 March 2012: * Primary Sources and Secondary Sources sections updated.

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