Ways of Sunlight
Stories from Trinidad about gossip and rivalry between village washerwomen; toiling cane-cutters reaping their harvest; superstitious old Ma Procop protecting the fruit of her Mango tree with magic. Followed by stories that reflect the depression of hard times in London, where West Indian immigrants live in cold, damp basements, hustling for survival.
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