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Broken Gourds

A book by Beresford McLean

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  • Nov 3, 2009
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Broken Gourds (Beresford McLean) is a really interesting story of humanity and temptation set in Jamaica.
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review by . November 03, 2009
   In present-day Jamaica, the government wants to build a road that will greatly help the small town of Albion. The problem is that the route will force the demolishing of an old, decrepit building with a sign that says "Balm Yard and House of God". Victor Rawlings, the village representative, sits down the government people, and the local children, and tells them the story of Dada. Dada was a young man who could not complete the simplest of tasks. Today, he might be called …
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ISBN-10: 0975329707
Author: Beresford McLean
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Anancy Books
Date Published: 2004
Format: Trade Paperback
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