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An Ethnoarchaeological Study Of The Cisterns In Oranjestad, Sint Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles, Ross K. Harper Jan 1990

An Ethnoarchaeological Study Of The Cisterns In Oranjestad, Sint Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles, Ross K. Harper

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The Stone Ovens Of St Eustatius: A Study Of Material Culture, Maria Lavinia Machado Monteiro Jan 1990

The Stone Ovens Of St Eustatius: A Study Of Material Culture, Maria Lavinia Machado Monteiro

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The Cemeteries Of St Eustatius, N.A: Status In A Caribbean Community, Laurie J. Paonessa Jan 1990

The Cemeteries Of St Eustatius, N.A: Status In A Caribbean Community, Laurie J. Paonessa

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Go Eena Kumbla: A Comparison Of Erna Brodber's Jane And Louisa Will Soon Come Home And Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters, Daryl Cumber Dance Jan 1990

Go Eena Kumbla: A Comparison Of Erna Brodber's Jane And Louisa Will Soon Come Home And Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters, Daryl Cumber Dance

English Faculty Publications

When I returned to Jamaica in July 1982, I took as gifts for friends some recent novels by black American writers, including Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters. Upon my arrival, Erna Brodber gave me a copy of her new book, Jane and Louisa Will Soon Come Home. As I read it, I was struck by another instance of how similar experiences (in this case, being black and female in the Americas of the civil rights, black awareness, Rastafarian, and feminist movements) had inspired such strikingly similar expressions in books published the same year (1980) by an American and ...