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Gerard Aching. Masking and Power: Carnival and Popular Culture in the Caribbean. University of Minnesota Press. 2002. 180pp.

Ruy Castro. Rio de Janeiro: Carnival Under Fire. Bloomsbury. 2004. 244pp.

John Cowley. Carnival, Canboulay and Calypso: Traditions in the Making. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 309pp.

David K. Danow. The Spirit of Carnival: Magical Realism and the Grotesque. University Press of Kentucky. 1995. 183pp.

David D. Gilmore. Carnival and Culture: Sex, Symbol, and Status in Spain. Yale University Press. 1998. 244pp.

Garth L. Green; Philip W. Scher. Trinidad Carnival: The Cultural Politics of a Transnational Festival. Indiana University Press. 2007. 254pp.

Max Harris. Carnival and Other Christian Festivals: Folk Theology and Folk Performance. University of Texas Press. 2003. 282pp.

Errol Hill. The Trinidad Carnival: Mandate for a National Theatre. New Beacon Books. 1997. 139pp.

Chris Humphrey. The Politics of Carnival: Festive Misrule in Medieval England. Manchester University Press. 2001. 113pp.

Christopher Kendrick. Utopia, Carnival, and Commonwealth in Renaissance England. University of Toronto Press. 2004. 382pp.

Peter Mason. Bacchanal! The Carnival Culture of Trinidad. Temple University Press. 1998. 191pp.

Reid Mitchell. All on a Mardi Gras Day: Episodes in the History of New Orleans Carnival. Harvard University Press. 1999. 264pp.

Milla Cozart Riggio (editor). Carnival: Culture in Action: The Trinidad Experience. Routledge. 2004. 344pp.

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