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Product no.: HP108

The story of a young married couple whose lives reflect the continuing dilemmas faced by West Indians in English society in the 50s and 60s

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Product no.: HP114

An elusive and often overlooked character in Indian-Guyanese folklore, 'Balgobin' provides a re-introduction to a much-loved character

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Product no.: HP121

An engaging tale that speaks particularly to young readers, while sparking nostalgia in older Caribbean readers as well.

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Product no.: HP129

Keith Walker looks back on his life and reflects upon the times of great adventure and great danger; friendship and conflict; joy and sadness; and ultimate success

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Product no.: HP131

A collection of short stories which takes a whimsical look at life within an extended Black Jamaican family in Britain

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Product no.: HP141

The second volume of hilarious short stories which feature Kelly and her eccentric extended Jamaican family living in the north of England

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Product no.: HP160

This collection of writings addresses such themes as race, politics, multiculturalism, the Black Church, parenting and the Bible

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Product no.: HP161

Set in 1843, this work of fiction is a story shared by millions of descendents of indentured Indian labourers

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Product no.: HP004

Published in 1987, this part biography part social commentary contains all the elements of the life story of any West Indian in Britain

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Product no.: HP162

This book reveals that while the Cold War was a factor in the suspension of the Constitution, there were other factors at work

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Product no.: HP164

A biography of Antigua’s greatest calypsonian

 

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Product no.: HP165

This first volume of Jan Carew’s memoirs ends in 1939 when the Second World War draws him, his best friends and fellow students into joining the British armed forces

 

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Product no.: HP168

The story of one woman’s life-changing journey from poverty in Jamaica to triumph over illness, and to the service of Queen and country

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Product no.: HP169

A fictional tale of migration and settlement in Britain set against the backdrop of actual events that took place from the late 1940s to the mid-1960s

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Product no.: HP170

An invaluable addition to the existing literature on the Indian diaspora in the Caribbean

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Product no.: HP171

This book sheds light on the history and presence of the hitherto marginalised Indian-Caribbean Test cricketers

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Product no.: HP173

An engaging account of the least known of the three leading black figures in eighteenth-century England

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Product no.: HP174

A unique biography of an unlikely champion of the colonised and downtrodden in Jamaica in the early 20th century

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Product no.: HP175

A unique collection of photographs recording a bygone era in Trinidad and Tobago

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Product no.: HP176

A comprehensive assessment of labour recruiting operations in a catchment area from where the great majority of Caribbean East Indians originated

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Product no.: HP177

Set in Guyana in 1985, the final and deciding game of dominoes between three rival teams is played out against the backdrop of actual events

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Product no.: HP178

A unique collection of interviews and articles that presents narratives of life in Nottingham from individuals of Jamaican heritage who have contributed to the spirit and life of the city and its surrounding areas from the 1940s to the present day.

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Product no.: HP181

This book focuses on the state of football in the Caribbean by examining the obstacles and opportunities that are linked to the growth of the sport

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Product no.: HP179

Using a striking and highly versatile woodist/jumbie aesthetic, Mali Olatunji has used his camera to paint a well-ordered series of images which have come together to produce a breath-taking photographic essay on Antigua and Barbuda.

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Product no.: HP182

The story of one man's journey from humble beginnings in a Jamaican countryside, through the challenges of migration and settlement in a racialised environment, to the status of a respected, sometimes controversial, community and religious leader, broadcaster, ecumenist, speaker and writer

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Product no.: HP183

This autobiography tells the story of the author's fateful journey from village life in British Guiana and his fortitude to address and overcome the challenges of life in Britain

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Product no.: HP185

Set in Trinidad, the unglamorous yet compelling life of a young man blossoms with sumptuous intrigue as he battles head-on with the painful issues of personal prejudices, poverty and love, social interaction and manly awakening

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Product no.: HP189

Written from the point of view of the Caribbean, small island developing states and the developing and emerging world, this collection focuses on sustainable development solutions through human imagination, innovation, collaboration, participation and engagement

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Product no.: HP190

An important addition to Ian McDonald’s work and a noteworthy contribution to Guyanese/Caribbean poetry

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Product no.: HP191

A major study of the social history of cricket in Guyana from 1865 to 1966

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