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Fiction
Author: Ralph De Boissiere
ISBN: 0954359658
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Pages 352 pages
Publisher Lux Verbi (August 7, 2006)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.3
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by Ralph De Boissiere


The setting for De Boissiere's second novel Rum and Coca Cola (republished in 2006) is the Second World War when . De Boissiere was born in Trinidad in 1907, the son of solicitor Armand de Boissiere and his English wife Maude Harper. He was educated at Queens Royal College.

The setting for De Boissiere's second novel Rum and Coca Cola (republished in 2006) is the Second World War when thousands of American soldiers came to Trinidad to build and man military bases.

Rum and Coca-cola Hardcover – October 25, 1984. De Boissiere lived through the years of the US Military occupation of Trinidad and his narrative is concise. by. Ralph De Boissiere (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. He gives Trindadians like myself a clearer picture of what we were before the Yankees came and what we became after they left.

Rum And Coca Cola book. It was helpful in that it paints a picture of Port of Spain and other areas of the island that has been invaluable to me. I'm not sure this novel, which was published in 1956, would appeal to most readers.

The setting for De Boissiere's second novel Rum and Coca Cola (republished in 2006) is the Second World War when thousands of American soldiers came to Trinidad. Rum and Coca-Cola: A novel. by Ralph De Boissiere.

Ralph de Boissiere immigrated to Australia in 1948, where he published two novels about life in Trinidad in the 1930s and 1940s, Crown Jewel (1952) and a sequel, Rum and Coca Cola (1956). De Boissiere's novels are broader in scope than those of James and Mendes. They deal with class and racial conflict, with social unrest and the growing militancy of the labor movement in Trinidad. His indictment of the middle class is harsh and uncompromising; his sympathies are with a resistant militant working class.

Author of Rum and Coca-Cola, Crown Jewel, No saddles for kangaroos, Crown Jewel. No saddles for kangaroos. Are you sure you want to remove Ralph De Boissiere from your list?

The literary archive of Ralph de Boissière is held at the National Library of Australia (Papers of Ralph de Boissière) and comprises his . Rum and Coca-Cola (Australasian Book Society, 1956; Allison and Busby, 1984). No Saddles for Kangaroos (Australasian Book Society, 1964).

Rum and Coca-Cola (Australasian Book Society, 1956; Allison and Busby, 1984). Call of the Rainbow (Melbourne: . Unpublished: Homeless in Paradise. The Autobiography of Ralph de Boissière: Life on the Edge (Caroni, Trinidad: Lexicon, 2010).

The setting for De Boissiere's second novel "Rum and Coca Cola" .

The setting for De Boissiere's second novel "Rum and Coca Cola" (republished in 2006) is the Second World War when thousands of American soldiers came to Trinidad to build and man military bases. military had in effect become the rulers.

Rum and Coca Cola' is set during the Second World War when thousands of American soldiers came to Trinidad to build and man military bases. For ambitious Mopsy, Fred, an union activist, and Indra, an educated Indian woman, the arrival of American soldiers means Trinidad will never be the same. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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Got here on time for my cousins christmas gift! she loves it! Our family apparently is mentioned in it :)
Nicearad
I read this novel as a background for writing my novel and my entire narrative of the period changed. De Boissiere lived through the years of the US Military occupation of Trinidad and his narrative is concise. He gives Trindadians like myself a clearer picture of what we were before the Yankees came and what we became after they left.