George Lamming: Novelist and Essayist Who Was Among the Generation of Caribbean Writers Who Traced Their Region’s Transition From Colonialism to Independence

From a New York Times obit by Clay Risen headlined “George Lamming, Who Chronicled the End of Colonialism, Dies at 94”:

George Lamming, a novelist and essayist from Barbados who was among the last of a generation of Caribbean writers whose work traced their region’s transition from colonialism to independence, died on June 4 at his home in Bridgetown, his country’s capital.