Liverpool University Press, 2007, first edition. Munro, Martin. Hardback, condition: used very good++. Dj not price clipped, minimal shelf wear. Black boards with gold lettering, overall very good++ with minimal signs of wear. Exile and Post-1946 Haitian Literature provides readers with an excellent introduction to recent Haitian literature, one of the richest literary traditions in the Americas. Munro focuses on works written after 1946, a period in which exile has become the dominant theme in Haitian literature. Using this notion of Haitian writing as a literature of exile, he analyzes key novels by the most important figures of each generation of the past sixty years, including Alexis, Depestre, Ollivier, Laferriere and Danticat.