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    • Anything can Happen

    • Love stories ; City and town life
    • The bar serves as a meeting place for various people: a discontented wife who does not want to stay home with her child; a disgruntled lover, kept from his beloved by her brother; three dangerous looking men who later feature in a rape; and a...
    • 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...
    • End of a dream

    • Love stories
    • Christine imagined herself living in a dream world with the stranger who regularly visited the flower shop where she worked. Eventually, she discovers that the man in her dreams was nothing like the real man whom she later comes to know and love.
    • Gibraltar Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1948.

    • Buildings - Jamaica; Student housing - Jamaica; Gibraltar Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Some of the first undergraduates arriving at the UCWI's only hall of residence in October, 1948. It was later called "Gibraltar Hall" in 1950, and was the first residence built for for students at the newly estbalished UCWI, Mona.
    • Glory road

    • Dreams
    • Three men working on the district road agreed one evening to go home and observe something for which each was thankful and to tell it to the others the next day. Jeremiah and Lucas were grateful about in their everyday life, but Jake talked about...
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    • Special events - Jamaica; Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (Jamaica); Baugh, Kenneth; Evans-Bailey, C.; Patterson, Wynante; Preston, A. Z.; Vice-Chancellors - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; College administrators - Caribbean Area,...
    • The ground-breaking ceremony for new premises to house the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI) took place on Wednesday, March 21, 1984 at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Kenneth Baugh, Minister of Health (far right) is seen relaxing after breaking ground...
    • Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Chemistry, UCWI, Mona, 1950.

    • Lecturers - Jamaica; College teachers - Jamaica; Martin, Sidney L.; Wardens - Jamaica; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking.
    • *Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Department of Chemistry was a student at Wolmers Boys School and the Jamaica Scholar for 1937. He studied Chemistry at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, London and received a Masters Degree in 1942....
    • Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in Department of Chemistry, 1950.

    • Lecturers - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; College teachers - Jamaica; Principals (University) - Caribbean Area, English-speaking; Wardens - Jamaica; Martin, Sidney L; College of Arts and Science, UCWI (Barbados).
    • *Mr. Sidney L. Martin, lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the UCWI, Jamaica, 1950. Mr. Martin was a student at Wolmer's Boys School and was the 1937 Jamaica Scholar. He studied Chemistry at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington,...
    • 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...
    • Start of something again

    • Man-woman relationship; Interpersonal relations; Hurricanes
    • Duckett and Silver meet regularly at their favourite restaurant to talk about art and politics as the city grows restless in the aftermath of a devastating hurricane. During this time, Silver is flirting dangerously with a married woman right...
    • Thunderhead

    • City and town life
    • The author provides short insights into the lives of different people in the city at a time of social turbulence: Joie and Sam looks forward to Christmas together but tragedy intervenes; a seventeen year old boy furtively tries to seduce a girl...
    • Christmas Eve

    • Christmas stories; City and town life; Rural life; Interpersonal relations; loss
    • Christmas Eve is usually a time of food, laughter and good cheer, but for some like Connie, there is little cause to celebrate. In the country, she listens to her family’s chatter as they express their wishes for a better new year. Mass Jim talks...
    • The Inheritance

    • Death; Brothers
    • The elder brother knew he was dying but he had one score to settle first before departing this world. He and his brother had jointly inherited their father’s property but somehow this sharing between them had extended to his mistress who had also...
    • World's End

    • Death; Loss; Fathers and sons
    • The old man’s world seems to have come to an end with the death of his donkey, his only means of making a living. As he and his son inform the regular customers on his donkey cart route, a few show sympathy but most appear indifferent. Only when he...
    • Barometer falling

    • Interpersonal relations; Women
    • The author gives a bird’s eye view of life among a variety of people on a given day and concludes with the story of Connie whose dog had bitten her friend’s child. Every day Connie feared the child’s mother would confront her with a medical bill,...

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