Virgin's Triangle

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Pearson Education, 1997 - Fiction - 219 pages
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Juxtaposing references to Freud and eye-liner, Icarus and super-glue, "Virgin's Triangle" gives a humorous commentary on contemporary relationships and Caribbean journalism.

Giselle Karan is twenty-six, attractive-and a virgin. When she meets Vishnu and Robert, men at opposite ends of the social spectrum, she begins to wonder if this condition is only temporary. But, as the Trinidad Carnival approaches, Giselle becomes increasingly confused about which man she should choose: the journalist or the construction worker. Only the sharp wit of the calypso offers a way out of this virgin's triangle.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
15
Section 3
32
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Kevin Baldeosingh is the Trinidadian author of The Autobiography of Paras P and Virgin's Triangle.

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