Here Comes the Sun Themes & Motifs

Nicole Dennis-Benn
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The Negative Impact of Tourism on the Natives of a Country

Although tourism may bring millions of dollars to a country, the common people of that country often suffer. The novel Here Comes the Sun illustrates how tourism impacts the people of River Bend as more and more resorts take over the area. Jobs are created, but most of them are low paying. Homes are taken over when resort owners decide on a new resort area. In their attempt to fight for what is theirs, residents often find themselves on the wrong side of both the government and the law.

Margot is one of the people who tries to make her livelihood by working at one of the fancy resorts in Jamaica. She believes that because Reginald Senior teacher everything she needs to know about running a hotel that she will eventually be able to move up...

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