Issue 22
(November/December 1996)

In this Issue:

Courland Bay, Tobago. Photo by Mark Lyndersay

Issue 22

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Skywatching in Tobago

People who spend time there find something very special in its atmosphere and way of life, something peaceful and serene...
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Photograph by Noel Norton

Caribbean Christmas

Christmas is a big celebration in all the Caribbean islands, with plenty of partying, visiting and festivity. But each island celebrates uniquely
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A Very True Observer: Philip Henry Gosse

Mary Adam explores the life and work of Philip Henry Gosse: "the father of Jamaican ornithology"
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Illustration by Christopher Cozier

You Must Help Him

In a land of competing cultures and peoples, how to create roots and idnetity, how to weld together conflicting visions? Earl Lovelace explores in an excerpt from "Salt"
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Photograph by Noel Norton

The Chutney Phenomenon

The Indian Caribbean is making itself heard outside its own communities, especially in the lively idiom called chutney
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Photograph by Jonathan Orenstein

Philip Moore: It Takes a Village

Guyana's great sculptor Philip Moore has quietly created an astonishing body of transcendent art. A profile on this undervalued Caribbean artist
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Island Beat (November/December 1996)

News from around the islands
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Cinema Paradiso

Interactive film? You must be joking. The Caribbean has had that for years. Just go to the cinema in Trinidad and Tobago, for instance
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