Wilderness - Jamaica Summary & Analysis

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Jamaica Summary

The first section of "Jamaica" begins with an early morning cock's crow, and the world being rebuilt while children dream nightmares and adults fear. The theme of fear continues with references to what movies induce, and the strangeness of the dress and manner of the people along the side of the road while the chauffeur drives him. The only positive is the wood-vine there in abundance and of high quality. The next section references a white land-owner and his slave and their conflict. After that is a longer section, the last of the section, tells about the presence of animals in the every-day life of the people in Jamaica, in the form of the vultures that circle while a teacher finds a dead cow in her classroom. He addresses America, telling her of his affection. He returns to the topic of Jamaica, and...

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