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Carnival: Culture in Action – The Trinidad Experience (Worlds of Performance) Hardcover – 14 Oct 2004
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About the Author
Milla Cozart Riggio is the James J.Goodwin Professor of English at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut. Her publications and research interests focus on Carnival, medieval drama and Shakespeare and her essays and reviews have appeared in a variety of journals, including The Shakespeare Quarterly and TDR. She is the editor of The Wisdom Symposium, Ta'ziyeh: Ritual and Drama in Iran and Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance. She has also worked as a consultant to the National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago and in 1999 held a government-appointed post on the World Conference on Carnival organising committee in Trinidad.
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If you want a detailed examination of Trinidadian Carnival, and its influence on West Indian based carnivals in Notting Hill and elsewhere, this is an excellent book. A number of authors have been included so that interpretations can be compared rather than taken verbatim. Once again, Minshall's chapter is particularly important as he is one of the major influences on modern walking costume design. Unfortunately the illustrations in his chapter do not show this as effectively as one might want, but that is a small criticism of an otherwise excellent research book.