A collection of enlightening essays and extracts from historians, anthropologists and novelists on various themes: Colonialism and revolution, poverty and urban life, Religion and culture, literature and language.
"This anthology provides fascinating insights into the terrible fate of one of the richest colonies in the world, and the remarkable human and cultural achievements of its people in the face of unimaginable calamity. And not least, of their continuing struggle, an inspiration and a challenge to us all" - Noam Chomsky
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