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    • A Man can laugh

    • Boxing ; Love stories
    • Having just won the boxing match, Nick did not like listening to Spink, his manager, telling him that he would only be good for a few more fights because his legs were giving out. Nick’s uncertainty about the nature of the relationship between his...
    • And one

    • Philosophy ; Love stories
    • 1,461 persons perished aboard the torpedoed vessel, and the odd figure of one makes the protagonist ponder the meaning of life as “…The vastness of the heavens and its stars made him think of infinity and the relative insignificance of a lone...
    • 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...
    • Erna Brodber in new edition of "8'O'clock Jamaica Time---Again".

    • Brodber, Erna; Authors, Jamaican; Theatre - Jamaica; Robinson, Claudia; Seymour, Ossie; Hutton, Rosalind; Brady, Harold.
    • "Jamaicans are a dying species.." is an observation made in this scene of the entirely new edition of "8'O'Clok Jamaica Time...Again", shown at the UWI Arts Lecture Theatre, In fear and trembling are (left to right) Claudia Robinson, Ossie Seymour,...
    • God made Little apples

    • Man-woman relationships ; Life
    • A husband is fed up with the daily grind that allows him to eke out a decent existence, but prevents him from experiencing the joys of life. He feels trapped by respectability, a low paying job and his growing desire for the youthful live-in helper...
    • Gravel in his shoes

    • Man-woman relationships
    • The washerwoman did the laundry with meticulous care in the same way that she ordered her personal life, choosing to live above the common concerns and unkind gossip of her neighbours. She just wanted to be left alone to savour the living bond...
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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...
    • Launching: Passionate Advocate

    • Book-Marketing; Authors, Jamaican; Lawyers-Jamaica-Biography; Lawyers-Great Britain-Biography; Gifford, Anthony
    • An address at the launch of Lord Anthony Gifford's book, Passionate Advocate. It provides information about Lord Gifford's interest in advocacy.
    • Marcus Garvey and the Early Rastafarians: Continuity and Discontinuity

    • Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940-Influence;Rastafari movement; Black nationalism-History-20th century; Blacks-Politics and government-20th century.
    • This paper examines the political aspects of the origins of the Rastafarian movement at a time when the Garvey movement was in decline in the 1930s. Its main intentions are to .underscore ways in which Garveyism has affected the evolution of...
    • Notes on Reparations and the Durban Conference

    • Slaves-Caribbean Area-History; Reparations for historical injustices; Black nationalism; Race discrimination
    • This paper highlights successful reparations for injustices to humanity and makes a case for compensation for the Atlantic slave trade. It also mentions the Durban Conference held August 31-September 7, 2001, which focused on the global fight...
    • Our  ancestors and their migration.

    • Slavery-Jamaica-History-19th Century; Jamaica-History; Jamaica-Civilization
    • This research examines the origins of the majority of the Jamaican population, finding that the majority are of African descent. It also discusses how their influence shaped Jamaica's culture.

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