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    • ABENG 1969, Vol. 1, No. 11 [April 12]

    • Jamaica-Politics and government-Periodicals; Jamaica-Social conditions; Black power-Jamaica; Blacks-Jamaica-History; Blacks-Jamaica-History; Jamaica-Race relations Malnutrition in children; Jamaica-History-Insurrection,1865
    • A weekly Jamaican newspaper published from February 1-September 27, 1969. It emerged at a radical political moment in post-independence Jamaica where the black power movement was on the rise.
    • Adventure

    • Family life ; Imagination
    • The children engage in wildly imaginative play where the boys hunt lions and buffaloes while the girl and her doll travel to the sea where she hears the lap of the waves and watch as the frail boat struggles to stay afloat against the elements....
    • Background to Arthur

    • Best friends ; Biographical fiction
    • The author recalls the life story of his best friend, Arthur, who grew up in a church orphanage that believed in raising “ children on religion and starvation”. The harsh cruelty with which he was treated as a child and later hardships in life did...
    • Big bage

    • Violence ; Children
    • Ferdie , a ragged street-wise boy, was feeling on top of the world until he encountered Herbert, his sworn enemy. The inevitable fight ensued with Ferdie unexpectedly winning. This victory gave him the courage to challenge the rich “stuck-up” kid...
    • Coming of age in the Caribbean

    • Coming of age-Caribbean Area; Group identity in literature; Gender identity-Caribbean Area; Sex role in literature; Caribbean Area-In literature; Caribbean literature-History and criticism; Lamming, George-Criticism and interpretation; Hodge,...
    • Provides an insight into growing up in the Caribbean from the female adolescent point of view. Consideration is given to Caribbean identity. It further looks at the theme of growing up in the Caribbean in the following novels: In the Castle of...
    • Don Wilson making a presentation at the podium

    • Lecturers - Jamaica; College teachers - Jamaica; Wilson, Don; Barbara Gloudon; Forrester, Olive; Hearne, John.
    • Dr. Don Wilson, Lecturer in the School of Education, contributing to the panel discussion on “Issues and Problems in the Language Arts in Jamaica”, at the New Education Lecture Theatre, UWI Mona on August 30, 1984. The discussion was one of the...
    • Dudley J. Thompson - Book Launch (Copy 4)

    • Books-Marketing; Authors, Jamaican; Thompson, Dudley J.
    • Another version of the overview of Dudley Thompson's book, which looks at significant contributors to black history. It also gives an insight into what motivated him to write this book. This version has handwritten annotations.
    • Dudley J. Thompson- Book Launch (Copy 3)

    • Books-Marketing; Authors, Jamaican; Thompson, Dudley J.
    • Another version of the overview of Dudley Thompson's book, which looks at significant contributors to black history. It also gives an insight into what motivated him to write this book. This version also has handwritten annotations.
    • Ed is coming home

    • Marriage; Man-woman relationship
    • Joie keeps her husband fully informed about their neighbour who has a husband in New York and is left in Jamaica to cope with two small children. Joie feels sorry for her, but Sam less so as he notices the regular visits to their neighbour of a man...
    • Ed is coming home

    • Marriage ; Man-woman relationships
    • Joie keeps her husband fully informed about their neighbour who has a husband in New York and is left in Jamaica to cope with two small children. Joie feels sorry for her, but Sam less so as he notices the regular visits next door of a man in a...
    • Face

    • Children ; Interpersonal relations
    • The author recounts an experience he had travelling on a tram-car when a woman was offended because another passenger refuses to let her child sit next to her. The offended woman curses the other in no uncertain terms, while the mother and her...
    • Final Speech

    • Speeches, addresses,etc., Jamaican; Baccalaureate addresses; Conduct of life; Achievement motivation; Thompson, Dudley, J.
    • Address given at the Mico Teachers' College graduation ceremony

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