Salt by Earl Lovelace

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Winner of the 1997 Commonwealth Writers Prize. The distinguished Caribbean novelist's masterpiece, set in Trinidad.

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A statesman of Caribbean letters, Earl Lovelace is the author of five novels and many plays and essays. He lives in his native Trinidad and is presently on the faculty of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.
Published March 1, 1997 by Persea Books. 272 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Though Alford realizes that his mission in life is in fact to make life better on his island, his epiphany has been greatly diminished.

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In his first novel since The Wine of Astonishment (1982), Lovelace, a Trinidadian, tells the stories of two men in his native land in order to explore the plight of a legally free but not quite emanci

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