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Index


to Volumes VII and VIII




By Yvon St. Albin


Articles and Reviews,
by Title
ANATOMY OF A RIOT Frank E.
Manning. Volume 7, Number 2,
Page 4.
ANOTHER LIFE. John J. Figueroa.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 30.
BEUZE AMONG HER
NEIGHBORS. A.E. Thorndike.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 13.
BIG RAGE AND BIG ROMANCE.
lan I. Smart. Volume 8. Number
3, Page 34.
BLACK AND WHITE ON GREEN
TURTLE CAY. A.G. LaFlamme.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 13.
A CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL OF
ABUNDANCE. Ram6n Mendoza.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 38.
THE CARIBBEAN IN THE YEAR
2000. Aaron Segal. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 4.
CATCHING MULLET AND
CHASING SHADOWS. John
Thieme. Volume 8, Number 4,
Page 36.
A CELEBRATION OF CARIBBEAN
COLOR. St. George Tucker
Arnold, Jr. Volume 7, Number
3, Page 54.
CENTRAL AMERICA'S
ECONOMIC FAMILY Bernard
Coard. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 24.
CUBANS IN AFRICA. Aaron Segal.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 4.
CUBA'S PENDING ENERGY
CRISIS. Alfred Padula. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 4.
CUBA'S STRUGGLE FOR THIRD
WORLD LEADERSHIP H.
Michael Erisman. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 8.
DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT
THEM. William T. Vickers.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 50.
A DOMINICAN HARVEST OF
SHAME. Marcy Fink. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 34.
DRAMA WRITING IN
PAPIAMENTU. Johannes
Baptist de Caluwe. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 3.
DREAMS OF INTEGRATION. O.
Carlos Stoetzer. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 28.
THE END OF PARADISE. Brian J.
Hudson. Volume 8, Number 3,
Page 32.

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ETHNIC POLITICS IN BELZE.
Alma Harrington Young.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 38.

THE FUTURE OF THE
RASTAFARIAN MOVEMENT
Klaus de Albuquerque. Volume
8, Number 4, Page 22.
THE FUTURE OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST
INDIES. Anthony P Maingot
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 48.
THE FUTURE OF TOMORROW.
O.R. Dathome. Volume 7,
Number 1, Page 28.

GNARLED SOUR GRAPES. John
Thieme. Volume 7, Number 4,
Page 51.
GUARDIANS OF THE DYNASTY.
Neill Macaulay. Volume 7,
Number 3, Page 30.

THE HARDER THEY COME.
Julianne Burton. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 33.
HAVING THROWN A STONE
TODAY ESHU'KC LS A BIRD
OF YESTERDAY dih
Hoch-Smith and Ernesb
Pichardo. Volume 7. Number 4,
Page 16.

INDEPENDENCE FOR PUERTO
RICO: THE ONLY SOLUTION.
Ruben Berrios Martinez.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 15.
THE INFORMER. Ren6 Marques.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 24.
IN RE: THE WEST INDIES.
Gordon K. Lewis. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 49.

JAMAICA'S POLITICAL LEADERS.
Richard S. Hillman. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 28.

THE LAST DAYS OF SANDINO.
Salvador.Calder6n Ramirez.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 4.
LEWIS'S NOVELA. Eugene L.
Komrad. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 54.
THE LITERARY WORKS OF
PEDRO JOAQUIN
CHAMORRO. Grafton J.
Conliffe and Thomas W. Walker.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 46.
LIVING THE REVOLUTION.
Francine J. Daner. Volume 7.
Number 2, Page 44


THE "M" FACTOR OF TOURISM.
Ramash Ramsaran. Volume 7,
Number 1. Page 41.
A MANUAL FOR MANUEL Gerald
Guinness. Volume 8, Number
3, Page 40.

NAIPAULIANA. John Thieme.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 32.
NICARAGUA AND HUMAN
RIGHTS. Thomas W Walker.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 24.

ON THE ANTILUAN IDENTITY.
Carlos Alberto Montaner.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 11.
ON THE BALKINIZATION OF
AMERICA. Mark D. Szuchman.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 42.
ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE
OCEAN. Virginia Sanchez
Korrol. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 22.
ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. Dennis
West Volume 8, Number 3,
Page 42.
THE OPPOSITION IN GUYANA-A
RESPONSE. Bishwaishwar
Ramsaroop. Volume 8, Number
2, Page 28.
THE ORIGINALITY OF THE
HAITIAN NOVEL.
Le6n-Frangois Hoffman.
Volume 8, Number 1, Page 44.

THE PANAMANIAN
CONNECTION. Mark
Rosenberg. Volume 7, Number
3. Page 61.
PARADISE IS IN THE MIND. Harry
T Antrim. Volume 8, Number 4,
Page 38.
THE PASSING OF WAJANG.
Annemarie de Waal Malefijt
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 43.
PRELUDE TO LARES. Olga
Jimenez de Wagenheim.
Volume 8, Number 1, Page 39.
A PRIMER FOR US POLICY ON
CARIBBEAN EMIGRATION.
Terry L McCoy. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 10.
PUERTO RICO: A CHRONICLE OF
AMERICAN CARELESSNESS.
Garry Hoyt Volume 8, Number
2, Page 9.
LA PUNTILLA REBORN. Leopold
Kohr. Volume 7, Number 3,
Page 16.

QUASI-URBAN MELANGE


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SETTLEMENTS. L Alan Eyre.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 32.

REFLECTIONS ON
GRANDFATHER FROM
GUYANA O.R. Dathome.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 32.
REGION AMONG THE CARIBS.
Anthony Layng. Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 36.
REGION AND POLITICS IN
BERMUDA. Frank E. Manning.
Volume 8, Number 4, Page 18.
A RESPONSE TO BERRIOS.
Jaime Benitez. Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 21.
THE ROLE OF THE OPPOSITION
IN THE CARIBBEAN. Anthony
P Maingot. Volume 7, Number
4, Page 22.
THE ROLE OF THE OPPOSITION
IN EL SALVADOR. Guillermo
Ungo. Volume 8, Number 2.
Page 22.
THE ROLE OF THE OPPOSITION
IN GUYANA Cheddi Jagan.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 37.
THE ROLE OF THE OPPOSITION
IN JAMAICA Edward Seaga.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 27.
THE ROLE OF THE OPPOSITION
IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
Basdeo Panday. Volume 7.
Number 4, Page 31.

THE SACRED DRUMS OF THE
LUCUMI. Roberto Nodal.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 20.
SHANGO. Brenda Flanagan.
Volume 8, Number 4, Page 26.
A SUNG SHOT AT THE SOAP
GIANT Ram6n Mendoza.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 45.
SOURCES OF ETHNIC IDENTITY
FOR LATIN FLORIDA Barry B.
Levine. Volume 8, Number 1.
Page 30.
STORM OVER CAPE HORN.
Farrokh Jhabvala. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 12.
SUGAR HIGH. Jorge I. Dominguez.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 52.
SUMMIT Paul St Vincent Volume
7, Number 3, Page 60.
SUN LUST TOURISM IN THE
CARIBBEAN. Herbert L Hiller.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 12.
EL SUPER. Alonso Alegria. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 54.
SUSU. Daniel Levin. Volume 7,
Number 1, Page 19.

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THE THIRTY YEARS WAR
BETWEEN FIGURES AND
THE SOMOZAS. Charles D.
Ameringer. Volume 8, Number
4, Page 4.
TOMORROWS CHILD. Jose R.
Garcia. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 32.
THE TROUBLE WITH LATIN
AMERICA. Jean-Franqois Revel.
Volume 8, Number 3, Page 13.
TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE
CUBAN REVOLUTION. Carlos
Alberto Montaner. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 4.
TWO BRAZILIAN SHORT
STORIES. Edilberto Coutinho.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 42.

THE US AND CENTRAL
AMERICA Thomas W. Walker.
Volume 8, Number 3, Page 18.
THE US AND CUBA, 1880-1934.
Pedro Montiel. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 51.

VENEZUELA AND THE
CARIBBEAN. Demetrio
Boersner. Volume 8, Number 4,
Page 8.
VITO MARCANTONIO. Adalberto
L6pez. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 16.

WHAT THE SANDINISTAS WANT
Sergio Ramirez. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 24.
WHATS A RASTA. Claudia Rogers.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 9.
WILFREDO LAM. Richardo
Pau-Uosa. Volume 7, Number
4, Page 54.

Articles and Reviews,
by Author

ALEGRIA, ALONSO. El Super.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 54.
AMERINGER, CHARLES D. The
Thirty Years War Between
Figures and the Somozas.
Volume 8, Number 4. Page 4.
ANTRIM. HARRY T Paradise Is In
the Mind. Volume 8, Number 4,
Page 38.
ARNOLD, JR., ST GEORGE
TUCKER. A Celebration of
Caribbean Color. Volume 7,
Number 3, Page 54.

BENITEZ, JAIME. A Response to
Berrios. Volume 8, Number 2,
Page 21.
BERRIOS MARTINEZ, RUBEN.
Independence for Puerto Rico:
The Only Solution. Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 15.
BOERSNER, DEMETRIO.
Venezuela and the Caribbean.
Volume 8, Number 4, Page 8.
BURTON, JULIANNE. The Harder
They Come. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 33.

CALDERON RAMIREZ,


SALVADOR. The Last Days of
Sandino. Volume 7. Number 4,
Page 4.
COARD, BERNARD. Central
America's Economic Family.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 24.
CONLIFFE, GRAFTON J. AND
THOMAS W WALKER. The
Literary Works of Pedro
Joaquin Chamorro. Volume 7,
Number 4, Page 46.
COUTINHO, EDILBERTO. Two
Brazilian Short Stories. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 42.

DANER, FRANCINE J. Living the
Revolution. Volume 7, Number
2, Page 44.
DATHORNE, O.R. The Future of
Tomorrow. Volume 7, Number
1, Page 28.
DATHORNE, O.R. Reflections on
Grandfather From Guyana.
Volume 7. Number 3, Page 32.
DE ALBUQUERQUE, KLAUS. The
Future of the Rastafarian
Movement Volume 8, Number
4, Page 22.
DE CALUWE, JOHANNES
BAPTIST Drama Writing in
Papiamentu. Volume 8,
Number 4. Page 33.
DOMINGUEZ, JORGE I. Sugar
High. Volume 7, Number 2,
Page 52.

EYRE, L ALAN. Quasi-Urban
Melange Settlements. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 32.
ERISMAN, H. MICHAEL Cuba's
Struggle for Third World
Leadership. Volume 8, Number
3, Page 8.

FGU ROA. JOHN J. Another Life.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 30.
FINK, MARCY A Dominican
Harvest of Shame. Volume 8,
Number 1. Page 34.
FLANAGAN, BRENDA. Shango.
Volume 8. Number 4, Page 26.

GARCIA, JOSE R. Tomorrow's
Child. Volume 7, Number 1.
Page 32.
GUINNESS, GERALD. A Manual
for Manuel. Volume 8, Number
3, Page 40.

HILLER, HERBERT L. Sun Lust
Tourism in the Caribbean.
Volume 7, Number 4, Page 12.
HILLMAN, RICHARD S. Jamaica's
Political Leaders. Volume 8,
Number 3. Page 28.
HOCH-SMITH, JUDITH AND
ERNESTO PICHARDO. Having
Thrown a Stone Today Eshu
Kills a Bird of Yesterday Volume
7, Number 4, Page 16.
HOFFMAN, LEON-FRANCOIS,
The Originality of the Haitian
Novel. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 44.
HOYT, GARRY Puerto Rico: A


Chronicle of American
Carelessness. Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 9.
HUDSON, BRIAN J. The End of
Paradise. Volume 8, Number 3,
Page 32..

JAGAN, CHEDDI. The Role of the
Opposition in Guyana. Volume
7, Number 4, Page 37.
JHABVALA FARROKH. Storm
Over Cape Hom. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 12.
JIMENEZ DE WAGENHEIM,
OLGA. Prelude to Lares.
Volume 8, Number 1, Page 39.

KOHR, LEOPOLD. La Puntilla
Rebom. Volume 7. Number 3,
Page 16.
KOMRAD, EUGENE L Lewis's
Novela. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 54.

LA FLAMME, AG. Black and White
on Green Turtle Cay. Volume 7,
Number 1, Page 13.
LAYNG, ANTHONY Religion
Among the Caribs. Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 36.
LEVIN, DANIEL Susa. Volume 7,
Number 1, Page 19.
LEVINE. BARRY B. Sources of
Ethnic Identity for Latin Florida.
Volume 8, Number 1, Page 30.
LEWIS, GORDON K. In Re: The
West Indies. Volume 7, Number
2. Page 49.
LOPEZ, ADALBERTO. Vito
Marcantonio. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 16.

MACAULAY, NEILL Guardians of
the Dynasty. Volume 7, Number
3, Page 30.
MAINGOT, ANTHONY P The
Future of the University of the
West Indies. Volume 7, Number
3, Page 48.
MAINGOT, ANTHONY F The Role
of the Opposition in the
Caribbean. Volume 7. Number
4, Page 22.
MALEFUT. ANNEMARIE DE
WAAL The Passing of Wajang.
Volume 7. Number 3. Page 43.
MANNING. FRANK E. Anatomy of
a Riot Volume 7, Number 2,
Page 4.
MANNING, FRANK E. Religion and
Politics in Bermuda. Volume 8,
Number 4. Page 18.
, MARQUES, RENE. The Informer.
Volume 7, Number 2, Page 24.
MCCOY. TERRY. A Primer for US
Policy on Caribbean
Emigration. Volume 8, Number
1, Page 10.
MENDOZA RAMON. A Caribbean
Camival of Abundance. Volume
7, Number 2, Page 38.
MENDOZA RAMON. A Sling Shot
at the Soap Giant Volume 8,
Number 2, Page 45.
MONTANER, CARLOS ALBERTO.


On the Antillian Identity. Volume
7. Number 3. Page 11.
MONTANER, CARLOS ALBERTO.
Twenty Years After the Cuban
Revolution. Volume 8, Number
1. Page 4.
MONTIEL, PEDRO J. The US and
Cuba, 1880-1934. Volume 8,
Number 1, Page 51.
NODAL ROBERTO. The Sacred
Drums of the Lucumi. Volume
7, Number 2, Page 20.

PADULA, ALFRED. Cuba's
Pending Energy Crisis. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 4.
PANDAY, BASDEO. The Role of
the Opposition in Trinidad and
Tobago. Volume 7, Number 4,
Page 31.
PAU-LLOSA. RICARDO. Wilfredo
Lam. Volume 7, Number 4,
Page 54.
PICHARDO. ERNESTO AND
JUDITH HOCH-SMITH. Having
Thrown a Stone Today Eshu
Kills a Bird of Yesterday. Volume
7, Number 4, Page 16.

RAMIREZ, SERGIO. What the
Sandinistas Want Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 24.
RAMSARAN. RAMASH. The "M"
Factor of Tourism. Volume 7.
Number 1, Page 41.
RAMSAROOR BISHWAISHWAR.
The Opposition in Guyana-A
Response. Volume 8, Number
2. Page 28.
REVEL, JEAN-FRANCOIS. The
Trouble With Latin America.
Volume 8, Number 3, Page 13.
ROGERS, CLAUDIA. Whats a
Rasta. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 9.
ROSENBERG, MARK. The
Panamanian Connection.
Volume 7. Number 3, Page 61.

SANCHEZ KORROL VIRGINIA. On
the Other Side of the Ocean.
Volume 8, Number 1, Page 22.
SEAGA, EDWARD. The Role of the
Opposition in Jamaica. Volume
7, Number 4, Page 27.
SEGAL, AARON. The Caribbean in
the Year 2000. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 4.
SEGAL, AARON. Cubans in Africa.
Volume 7. Number 3, Page 4.
SMART, IAN I. Big Rage and Big
Romance. Volume 8. Number
3, Page 34.
STOETZER, O. CARLOS. Dreams
of Integration. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 28.
ST VINCENT, PAUL Summit
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 60.
SZUCHMAN, MARK D. On the
Balkinization of America.
Volume 7, Number 4. Page 42.

THIEME, JOHN. Catching Mullet
and Chasing Shadows. Volume
8, Number 4, Page 36.


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THEME. JOHN. Gnarled Sour
Grapes. Volume 7. Number 4,
Page 51.
THIEME, JOHN. Naipauliana.
Volume 7, Number 1, Page 32.
THORNDIKE, A. E. Belize Among
Her Neighbors. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 13.

UNGO. GUILLERMO. The Role of
the Opposition in El Salvador.
Volume 8, Number 2, Page 22.

VICKERS, WILLIAM T.
Development Without Them.
Volume 8, Number 2. Page 50.

WALKER, THOMAS W AND
GRAFTON J. CONUFFE. The
Literary Works of Pedro
Joaquin Chamorro. Volume 7.
Number 4, Page 46.
WALKER, THOMAS W Nicaragua
and Human Rights. Volume 7.
Number 3, Page 24.
WALKER, THOMAS W The US
and Central America. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 18.
WEST DENNIS. One Way or
Another. Volume 8, Number 3,
Page 42.


YOUNG, ALMA HARRINGTON.
Ethnic Politics in Belize.
Volume 7, Number 3, Page 38.

Books Reviewed,
by Title of Book

ANOTHER LIFE. Derek Walcott.
Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux,
1973. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 30.
THE AUTUMN OF THE
PATRIARCH. Gabriel Garcia
Marquez. Harper and Row.
1976. Volume 7, Number 2,
Page 38.

THE CARIBBEAN SUGAR
INDUSTRIES: CONSTRAINTS
AND OPPORTUNITIES. G.B.
Hagelberg. Antilles Research
Program, Occasional Paper no.
3. 1974. Volume 7, Number 2,
Page 52.
CORENTYNE THUNDER. Edgar
Mittelholzer. Caribbean Writers
Series, 1977. Volume 8,
Number 4. Page 36.
CUENTOS DEL NEGRO
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Guillermo Wilson). Editorial
Landivar (Guatemala), 1977.
Volume 8, Number 3, Page 34.

DROUGHT AND IRRIGATION IN
NORTH-EAST BRAZIL
Anthony L. Hall. Cambridge
University Press. 1978. Volume
8, Number 2. Page 50.

FOUR MEN: LIVING THE
REVOLUTION, AN ORAL
HISTORY OF
CONTEMPORARY CUBA.
Oscar Lewis, Ruth Lewis and
Susan Rigdon. University of
Illinois Press, 1977. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 44.
FOUR WOMEN: LIVING THE
REVOLUTION, AN ORAL
HISTORY OF
CONTEMPORARY CUBA.
Oscar Lewis, Ruth Lewis and
Susan Rigdon. University of
Illinois Press, 1977. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 44.
FREEDOM IN THE CARIBBEAN:
A STUDY IN
CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE.
Sir Fred Phillips. Oceana
Publications, 1977. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 49.

GUARDIANS OF THE DYNASTY:
A HISTORY OF THE US
CREATED GUARDIAN
NATIONAL DE NICARAGUA
AND THE SOMOZA FAMILY.
Richard Millett. Orbis Books,
1977. Volume 8. Number 3,
Page 30.

IGNORING HURTS. John J.
Figuera. Three Continents
Press, 1976. Volume 7. Number
3, Page 54.

LA TIA JULIA Y EL ESCRIBIDOR.
Mario Vargas Uosa. Editorial
Seix Barral, S.A.. 1977. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 45.

A MANUAL FOR MANUEL. Julio
Cortazar. Translated by Gregory
Rabassa. Pantheon, 1978.
Volume 8. Number 3. Page 40.
A MORNING AT THE OFFICE.
Edgar Mittelholzer. Heinemann,
London, 1974. Volume 8.
Number 4, Page 36.

'NEIGHBORS: LIVING THE
REVOLUTION. AN ORAL
HISTORY OF
CONTEMPORARY CUBA.
Oscar Lewis, Ruth Lewis and
Susan Rigdon. University 6f
Illinois Press, 1978. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 44.

THE PATH BETWEEN THE SEAS:
THE CREATION OF THE
PANAMA CANAL 1870-1914.
David McCullough. Simon and
Schuster, 1977. Volume 7,


Number 3. Page 61.
PENSAMIENTO DEL NEGRO
CUBENA. Cubena (Carlos
Guillermo Wilson). Los
Angeles, 1977. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 34.
THE PRIME MINISTER. Austin C.
Clarke. General Publishing
Company, 1977. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 38.

SEA GRAPES. Derek Walcott
Farror, Strauss and Giroux.
1976. Volume 7, Number 4,
Page 51.
SHADOWS MOVE AMONG THEM.
Edgar Mittelholzer. Four Square
Books, 1963. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 36.

TOMORROWS CHILD.
IMAGINATION, CREATIVITY
AND THE REBIRTH OF
CULTURE. Ruben Alves. Harper
and Row, 1972. Volume 7,
Number 1. Page 36.
TOURISM AND DEVELOPMENT, A
CASE STUDY OF THE
COMMONWEALTH
CARIBBEAN. John M. Bryden.
Cambridge University Press,
1973. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 41.

THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA-
HEGEMONY AND
DEPENDENT
DEVELOPMENT 1880-1934.
Jules Robert Benjamin.
University of Pittsburgh Press.
1977. Volume 8, Number 1,
Page 51.

VICTIMS OF THE MIRACLE:
DEVELOPMENT AND THE
INDIANS OF BRAZIL Shelton
H. Davis. Cambridge University
Press, 1977. Volume 8. Number
2, Page 50.
VS. NAIPAUL AN INTRODUCTION
TO HIS WORK: VS. Naipaul.
Paul Theroux. Homess
Meier. 1972. Volume 7, Number
1, Page 32.

WHITE PAPER ON NATIONAL
INSTITUTE OF HIGHER
EDUCATION. Government
Printery, Trinidad and Tobago.
1977. Volume 7, Number 3.
Page 48.
WILFREDO LAM. Max-Pol
Fouchet Rizzoli Intemational
Publications, 1978. Volume 7.
Number 4, Page 54.

Books Reviewed,
by Author of Book
ALVES, RUBEN. Tomorrow's Child
Imagination, Creativity and the
Rebirth of Culture. Harper and
Row, 1972. Volume 7, Number
1, Page 36.


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BENJAMIN, ROBERT. The United
States and Cuba: Hegemony
and Dependent Development,
1880-1934. University of
Pittsburgh Press, 1977. Volume
8, Number 1, Page 51.
BRYDEN, JOHN M. Tourism and
Development a Case Study of
the Commonwealth Caribbean.
Cambridge University Press,
1973. Volume 7, Number 1,
Page 41.

CLARKE, AUSTIN C. The Prime
Minister. General Publishing
Company, 1977. Volume 8,
Number 4, Page 38.
CORTAZAR, JULIO. A Manual for
Manuel. Translated by Gregory
Rabassa. Pantheon, 1978.
Volume 8, Number 3, Page 40.
CUBENA (CARLOS GUILLERMO
WILSON). Cuentos del Negro
Cubena. Editorial Landivar,
Guatemala, 1977. Volume 8,
Number 3, Page 34.
CUBENA (CARLOS GUILLERMO
WILSON). Pensamientos del
Negro Cubena. Los Angeles,
1977. Volume 8, Number 3.
Page 34.

DAVIS, SHELTON H. Victims of the
Miracles: Development and the
Indians of Brazil. Cambridge


University Press. 1977. Volume
8, Number 2, Page 50.

FIGUEROA, JOHN J. Ignoring
Hurts. Three Continents Press,
1976. Volume 7, Number 3,
Page 54.
FOUCHET, MAX-POL, Wilfredo
Lam. Rizzoli International
Publications, 1978. Volume 7,
Number 4, Page 54.

GARCIA MARQUEZ, GABRIEL
The Autumn of the Patriarch.
Harper and Row, 1976. Volume
7, Number 2, Page 38.
HAGELBERG, G.B. The Caribbean
Sugar Industries: Constraints
and Opportunities. Antilles
Research Program, Occasional
Paper no. 3,1974. Volume 7,
Number 2, Page 52.
HALL ANTHONY L Drought and
Irrigation in North-East Brazil.
Cambridge University Press,
1978. Volume 8, Number 2,
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LEWIS, OSCAR, Ruth Lewis and
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LEWIS. OSCAR, Ruth Lewis and
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Living the Revolution, An Oral
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Volume 7, Number 2, Page 44.
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Living the Revolution, An Oral
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56/CAffJBBEAN PEIEW


THE



CAI?BBEAN



PeIEW AWARD


We are pleased to announce the winner of the first annual Caribbean Review Award, an
annual award to honor an individual who has contributed to the advancement of Caribbean
intellectual life.
The recipient of the award is Gordon K Lewis.
The breadth and seriousness of Gordon K Lewis's scholarship articulate the worthiness of his
selection. He is the author of Puerto Rico Freedom and Power in the Caribbean (1963). The
Growth of the Modern West Indies (1968), The Virgin Islands: A Caribbean Lilliput (1972). Notes
on the Puerto Rican Revolution (1974). Slavery, Imperialism and Freedom Essays in
English Radical Thought (1978). Gather With the Saints at the River (1979), and Main
Currents in Caribbean Thought -the Histoncal Evolution of Caribbean Society in its Ideological
Aspects (In Press).
The Award Committee consisted of Lambros Comitas (Chairman), Columbia University, New
York; Orlando Albornoz, Universidad Central, Venezuela; Frank Manning, University of Western
Ontario, Canada; Locksley Edmondson, University of the West Indies, Jamaica: Anthony P
Maingot, Florida International University, Miami, Florida.
Nominations for the second annual Caribbean Review Award to be presented at the Sixth
Annual Meeting of the Caribbean Studies Association in the Virgin Islands. Spring 1980- should
be sent to the Editor, Caribbean Review, Florida International University, Miami, Florida 33199.
The award recognizes individual effort irrespective of field, ideology, national origin, or place
of residence.