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" The book as a whole is a tribute to my love for Jamaica and its dusky inhabitants, with their winning ways and their many good qualities, among which is to be reckoned that supreme virtue, Cheerfulness. "
Jamaican Song and Story: Annancy Stories, Digging Sings, Ring Tunes, and ... - Page xxxix
by Walter Jekyll, Lucy Etheldred Broadwood - 1907 - 288 pages
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"Rock it Come Over": The Folk Music of Jamaica, with Special Reference to ...

Olive Lewin - History - 2000 - 335 pages
...west where his grave can be seen in a Lucea churchyard. His book, in his own words, is "as a whole a tribute to my love for Jamaica and its dusky inhabitants,...to be reckoned that supreme virtue, cheerfulness". Jekyll was well aware of the difficulties of a newcomer wishing to really understand the Jamaican vernacular,...
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Contemporary Caribbean Women's Poetry: Making Style

Denise DeCaires Narain - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 260 pages
...Jamaican Song and Story concludes with the following: 'The book as a whole Is a tribute to my love tor Jamaica and its dusky inhabitants, with their winning...among which is to be reckoned that supreme virtue, Cheerfulners.^ That Bennett (as well as Philip Sherlock and Rex Nettlefordi should endorse the text...
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