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Tribute to a Village

Tribute to a Village

Tribute to a Village

Annette C. Sukarloo-Campbell

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iUniverse
Año de edición:
2004
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Poesía
ISBN:
9780595775200
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Tribute To A Village tells of the austere but joyful experiences of a people who sought their independence amid many social difficulties. Imagine moving to a new village but there are no houses built yet. Envision living life for many years without running water, electricity, television, telephone or transportation. Life was full of activities for both adults and children. There were no such words as unemployment or boredom. People farmed and cultivated the virgin land that eventually bloomed into fruitful fields. They built houses without machines or major tools. The children made toys from common material found at home and created games to keep them stimulated and happy. Meals were cooked without electricity or gas and 'Wash Day' tells how laundry was done without a washing machine or dryer.Encounter the joys of life with the Author, Annette Sukarloo-Campbell, taste the pain of final separation of loved ones, be cognizant of your own mortality and discern 'The Dread Of Change'. 3

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