Each month, a different item from the collection will be displayed here
Pioneer Press was founded in Jamaica in 1949 by Una Marson with finance from The Gleaner, with the aim of creating affordable books. We have a small number of these books in our collections - some are shown in this image
This guide provides information on Senate House Library's Anglophone Caribbean Literature collection, and is part of an ongoing project to review and develop the collection.
For more details on the aims of this project, see the next tab: 'Review of the Collection'
The other tabs in the guide provide details of the collection as it currently stands and are arranged as follows:
The print collection is located within the larger Latin American collection on the 6th floor of the library, while new additions to the collection can be found in the New Acquisitions section on the 4th floor. In both cases, the books are available under the classmark range beginning PR
Anglophone Caribbean Literature is also represented in our growing collections of online books, e-journals and e-resources.
Works of, or relating to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, are also located in other areas of the library, such as the journals collection, the English literature collection, and the Institute of Commonwealth Studies Collection
If you have any comments or queries, don't hesitate to contact Leila Kassir using the details in the Academic Librarian box, to the bottom left of this page