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Austin C. Clarke
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Clark, Austin C., Amongst Thistles and Thorns, Heinemann, 1965; McClelland & Stewart, 1965.

Amongst Thistles and Thorns tells the story of a young
boy growing up in Barbados.

———, The Bigger Light, Little, Brown, 1975.

The Bigger Light is the last of Clark's "trilogy"
following the fortunes of characters introduced in The
Survivors of the Crossing
and Storm of Fortune.

———, The Meeting Point, Heinemann, 1967; McClelland & Stewart, 1967.

The Survivors of the Crossing is the first in Clark's socalled
"trilogy" of works exploring the unique problems
of West Indian immigrants.

———, Storm of Fortune, Little, Brown, 1973.

Storm of Fortune is the second of Clark's "trilogy" is
the second of Clark's "trilogy", following the fortunes
of characters introduced in The Meeting Point.

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