Eldorado West One

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Peepal Tree Press, 1988 - Drama - 156 pages
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Focusing on the immigration of West Indians to Britain in the 1950s and 1960s, these seven one-act radio plays vividly capture the loneliness and isolation that can be felt in one of the world's largest cities. With characteristic humor and poignancy, these stories touch on the dreams and disappointments of both the young and old as they face racial and class differences in a sprawling, urban London.

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Eldorado West One
13
Moses Gears For The Tropics
32
Moses Risks An Investment
51
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About the author (1988)

Samuel Selvon was a Trinidad-born writer and the author of such novels as A Brighter Sun, The Lonely Londoners, and Moses Ascending.

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