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Caryl Phillips was born in St Kitts in 1958, grew up in the North of England and now lives in the United States. 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 A View of the Empire at Sunset (2018).

Comments and additions are most welcome and can be sent to the editor of this bibliography, Bénédicte Ledent.

News and Updates
28 April 2019: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

18 September 2018: Introduction updated.

13 September 2018: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

19 May 2018: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

2 January 2017: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

1 May 2016: Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

24 April 2016: Introduction, Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and On the Internet sections updated.

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