Seasons of Dust by Ifeona Fulani

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Traces the triumphs and trials of one family who emigrates from Jamaica to England during the sixties--part of a massive migration from England's former colonies in the Caribbean--and faces racism, unemployment, and poverty. A first novel. Tour. IP.
 

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Published September 1, 1997 by Writers & Readers. 259 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The story follows the lives of the Erskine family--father Ray, mother Esme, and children Tessa and Steven--who, like thousands of others, leave Jamaica in the 1950s hoping for a better life in England, where good jobs are plentiful.

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In a four-part tale that seems born of determination more than inspiration, Fulani chronicles the trials of a Jamaican family over five decades. Beginning in 1950s Jamaica, the story follows Ray and E

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In a four-part tale that seems born of determination more than inspiration, Fulani chronicles the trials of a Jamaican family over five decades.

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