Issue 31
(May/June 1998)

In this Issue:

Jamaica's Reggae Boyz head for the World Cup Finals in France for the first time. Photo: Doug Pensinger/ALLSPORT

Issue 31

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Island Beat (May/June 1998)

Happenings around the islands
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Caribbean Bookshelf (May/June 1998)

New and recent books about the Caribbean
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Jean Rhys: The Madwoman in the Attic

Jean Ferguson on Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea (Penguin)
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Photograph of Sandra Dean by Ishwar Dean

Sandra Dean: Rethinking Education

How does the sheltered daughter of a suburban community in Trinidad come to be one of the most decorated principals in Canada?
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Fitzroy Simpson celebrates; photograph by Ben Radford/ Allsport

Caribbean football: Who the Cup Fits

Caribbean football's history at the World Cup, and the Reggae Boyz' journey to the 1998 tournament
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Legalise Marijuana March, Kingston, Jamaica. Photograph by Michael Gordon

The World of Rastafari

Like the coconut palms and turquoise seas, the Rastaman symbolises the Caribbean image the world over
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Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Carlisle Chang

Judy Raymond meets painter and designer Carlisle Chang
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Photograph by Donna Yawching

The Pilgrim’s Way

For a thousand years, pilgrims have trekked across the hills and valleys of Northern Spain to the burial place of St. James
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Who Put the Pepper in the Vaseline?

Ever had a yearning for Pomacanthus paru or a Chaetodon striatus?
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Jane Downer's work is "a combination of traditional Javanese batik technique and hand-painting" . Photograph by Horace Ové

Jane Downer: Healing Art

Trinidadian batik artist Jane Downer has empowered a community of artists
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