Guerrillas has received a great deal of attention on other hand perhaps because it is so intensely interested in the impact of a vague grasp of literary Britain on the psyche of the wounded Caribbean person. Helene Buzelin highlights that it was only  “in May 1981, with the publication of Guerilleros, which came out seven years earlier in English, [that] Naipaul became the darling of Paris’ literary salons.” 

Lines of Life: The Naipauls of Trinidad and Tobago

This digital platform called Lines of Life aims to re-assert the Caribbean facet of V. S. Naipaul’s context and legacy far beyond the brief glimpse of Naipaul and to gather everything Naipaul into this one space in order to develop as comprehensive a Memorial site as possible.