BLACK-WATER WOMEN

This is a framework novel which explores the struggles of four women surviving in the male dominated society of Guyana, S. America.  Returning home for her mother’s funeral, the author reminisces about the women who helped to shape her consciousness.  Many lived on the banks of the Demerara River.  The stories of Sara and her mother Cleo, Tina, and Sanka unfold within the context of the Guyanese culture – school days, teenage years, adult years, racial tensions, etc.

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