Product no.: HP016

Angus Richmond

Angela is a sensitive and disturbed child, growing up on the estate of her white guardian in British Guiana. She is slowly and painfully awakened to a society in turmoil, in which both Black and white are struggling to reassert their roles during the period of economic instability prior to the First World War.

As the child of a loveless union between Black and white, the situation is even more problematic. Only after a desperate early marriage generates a series of tragic events, does Angela learn to understand the ultimate possibilities of her own displaced identity.

  • 210 x 148 mm
  • 232 pages
  • Paperback

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