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Ordinary People in a Normal Society

Jerome Teelucksingh

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ISBN 10: 1479796174 / ISBN 13: 9781479796175
Editorial: XLIBRIS
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Paperback. 156 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.4in.Ordinary people in a normal society is a novel set in the Caribbean and United States. It is the sequel to Back of the Net. Readers will find characters as Ali, Vladimir and Sumintra to be eccentric, unique and amusing. This fiction also deals with serious issues- the abuse of prescription medicine, illegal immigrants, inaccurate medical diagnosis and obesity. Additionally, the novel focuses on the noteworthy contributions and presence of Caribbean migrants in such states as Florida and New York. Their culture eventually becomes part of the society. The provocative statements and analysis among participants of a conference reflect the impact of the United States media. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. N° de ref. de la librería 9781479796175

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Título: Ordinary People in a Normal Society

Editorial: XLIBRIS

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:New

Tipo de libro: Paperback

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Ordinary people in a normal society is a novel set in the Caribbean and United States. It is the sequel to Back of the Net. Readers will find characters as Ali, Vladimir and Sumintra to be eccentric, unique and amusing. This fiction also deals with serious issues- the abuse of prescription medicine, illegal immigrants, inaccurate medical diagnosis and obesity. Additionally, the novel focuses on the noteworthy contributions and presence of Caribbean migrants in such states as Florida and New York. Their culture eventually becomes part of the society. The provocative statements and analysis among participants of a conference reflect the impact of the United States media.

About the Author:

Jerome Teelucksingh is from the Caribbean. He has published both fiction and non-fiction that appeal to persons of diverse backgrounds. Teelucksingh has published his fiction in journals, magazines and newspapers. He is a prolific writer who explores the Caribbean and beyond. This writer has the ability to understand the dynamics of a changing world. Teelucksingh represents one of the emerging literary voices who constantly transform the boundaries of fiction.

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