Drinkers Drummers Decent Folk: Ethnographic Narratives of Village Trinidad

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Drinkers is a multi-form text. Essays, poetry, and fiction present rural life in Trinidad. These texts are interspersed with analytic and exploratory sections on the ethnographic and fieldwork experience. Within a context which includes the West Indian sugar estate at its core, and the distant but very influential U.S.A. at the periphery, Stewart reveals villagers struggling with problems of individual identity, as well as with problems occasioned by the historical struggle between African, European, and Indian cultural ...

Drinkers Drummers Decent Folk: Ethnographic Narratives of Village Trinidad 1989, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY

ISBN-13: 9780887068300

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