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There is also a minor character named Philoctete, an injured fisherman, inspired by Homer's Philoctetes.
The second thread is the interwoven story of Major Plunkett and his wife Maud, who live on the island and must reconcile themselves to the history of British colonization of St. The final thread is the autobiographical narrative of Walcott himself.
These tendencies, combined with Walcott's insertion of himself into the poem, as well as his commentary on his characters as fictional creations, make the poem a postmodernist epic.
Walcott's finest poetic works." The book also won the WH Smith Literary Award in 1991.Some of the poem's major characters include the island fishermen Achille and Hector, the retired English officer Major Plunkett and his wife Maud, the housemaid Helen, the blind man Seven Seas (who symbolically represents Homer), and the author himself.Although the main narrative of the poem takes place on the island of St.Omeros is an epic poem by Caribbean writer Derek Walcott, first published in 1990.The work is divided into seven "books" containing a total of sixty-four chapters.