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Indo-Caribbean Writers

The Silver Lining
By Gokarran Sukhdeo
The Silver Lining
A Novel

By Gokarran Sukhdeo

1998 Guyana Prize for Literature
BENEVOLENT NEUTRALITY
Indian Governemnt Policy and Labor Migration to British Guiana

Dr. Basdeo Mangru
INDIANS IN GUYANA
A Concise History from their Arrival to the Present

By Basdeo Mangru PhD
Cheddi Jagan
My Fight for Guyana's Freedom
With Reflections on my Father

by Nadira Jagan-Brancier
JUSTICE
The Struggle for
Democracy in Guyana
1952-1992


by Fr. Andrew Morrison, SJ
Coping in America
A Coloured Girl
in the Ring

A Guyanese Woman Remembers


By Brenda Chester DoHarris
race and ethnicity
in guyana

Ed. Kampta Karran

A Pilgrimage to the
Place of My Birth

by Robert Mahesh
THEMES INAFRICAN-GUYANESE
HISTORY
Chalo Trinidad
Reflections
On Politics
Human Conditions
and Good
Memories

Poems
by Gary Girdhari
Thru My Soul

By Joseph Whittington

Vantage
Where The
Pomeroon Meets

By James C. Richmond
Hendree's Cure

A Novel

By
Moses Nagamootoo
The Path
of Practice
A Woman's Book of
Healing with Food,
Breath, and Sound

Bri. Maya Tiwari
THE GAME OF KASSAKU


Churaumanie Bissundyal
Across
Three Continents


J.S. Persaud
Wild
Flowers

Balwant Bhagwandin
Dictionary
of the
Guyanese
Amerindians


Lal Balkaran
GUYANA

Population, Environments, Economic Activities

Robert Ramraj
Muslims in America After The Catastrophic Tragedy of 9/11


Edwin Ali
THE UNIVERSITY OF GUYANA

Perspectives on the Early History
The Rise of the Phoenix in Guyana's Turbulent Politics


Edwin Ali