Issue 58 (November/December 2002)

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Sporting Links

C.L.R. James, the renowned Trinidadian cricket writer and political historian, once argued that sport was as high an art form as painting or theatre. Surely, then, Sir Garry Sobers, Ato Boldon, and Brian Lara must be among our greatest artists. Here are some sites that celebrate the Caribbean genius for artful athletics and the visitors who share that passion.
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New & Recent Books About the Caribbean (Nov/Dec 2002)

PICK OF THE MONTH Selected Writings José Martí, ed. & trans. Esther Allen, with an introduction by Roberto González Echevarría (Penguin Classics 2002, 462pp, ISBN 0-140-243704-2) Revered as “the Apostle of the Nation”, the visionary writer-revolutionary José Martí is everywhere in Cuba. Statues and busts adorn plazas, public buildings, schools; his face is on coins …

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Tobago

Tobago is a paradise for those whose only ambition is to chill on a beach 24/7. But it’s also a haven for fans of the active lifestyle. Georgia Popplewell finds herself torn between extremes on Trinidad’s sister isle
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