Rawle C. Eastmond has been, among other things, a teacher, lawyer, politician and a minister in the Government of Barbados for close to fifteen years. He was a Member of Parliament, having served as M.P for more than twenty years. Eastmond loves almost every aspect of Caribbean culture, and the book Woman is his fifth (5th) novel. He sees himself as a friend, teacher, lawyer, mentor, community worker, writer and a compassionate humanitarian.
Beach bums. Who are they and what do they do? Are they good for the tourist industry? In other words, are they a part of the solution or part of the problem? in this fourth novel by Rawle C. Eastmond ..
Eastmond has created a novel of considerable intrigue. There are several layers of meaning within the work. Helen's Hound is not only about a single island, but it also has a broader reference. One re..
This work is careful to point towards actual historical process, by way of uncovering some of the deep-rooted disorders that infect our communities. The author's treatment of the subject matter is roo..
In colonial times, in England, women were largely disenfranchised and through agitation the suffragette movement evolved. Beyond a certain time women's liberation and the movement towards â€˜freeing up ..
YARDFOWL examines the complexity of interpersonal relations and explores the workings of the culture of dependency within the political arena. The work interrogates the legacy of colonial history in C..