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  • TO MARTIN CARTER

    Your voice and tongue are wind and wave Breaking the dykes of Europe's power; Your heart's a Shango drum Waking...

  • Writing critically about West Indies cricket and cricketers, or any cricket for that matter, is a difficult discipline. The investigation,...

  • A motor cyclist one day travelling along the East Coast road suddenly stopped, as he found that his vehicle was...

  • BUT ALAS EDGAR

    My meetings with the late Edgar Mittleholzer were never peaceful. I did not much like him; and this failure he...

  • DISCOVERY OF GUYANA

    The West Indies were first offered her Majesty's grandfather by Columbus, a stranger, in whom there might be doubt of...

  • A BIRTH OF FREEDOM

    If freedom is not preceded by violent revolution, the result is a mockery of freedom, and will always fail to...

  • IF WE MUST DIE

    If we must die. let it not be like hogs Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot, While round us...

  • TRAVELS IN GUYANA 1840-1844

    We all attended the Sunday service which must have proved a trying ordeal for the brave mis­sionary, for he held...