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ABENG
ABENG "Unconquerebel" RARE PRIVATE PRESS REGGAE DANCEHALL DUB LP
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Abeng
Abeng
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ABENG: African Language 12 Sealed Reggae
ABENG: African Language 12 Sealed Reggae
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Abeng by Michelle Cliff.
Abeng by Michelle Cliff.
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Abeng by Michelle Cliff
Abeng by Michelle Cliff
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Dobbie Dobson / Joncunoo ‎– Endlessly / Abeng - UK '73 7
Dobbie Dobson / Joncunoo ‎– Endlessly / Abeng - UK '73 7" VG
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ABENG Unconquerebel LP Rare DIGITAL Roots Reggae STRATA 1989 Dub Fire EXC SHRINK
ABENG Unconquerebel LP Rare DIGITAL Roots Reggae STRATA 1989 Dub Fire EXC SHRINK
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Abeng by Michelle Cliff
Abeng by Michelle Cliff
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Abeng
Abeng
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Unconquerebe by Abeng [Audio CD] Brand New
Unconquerebe by Abeng [Audio CD] Brand New
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Abeng: A Novel by Michelle Cliff (1995, Paperback, Reprint)
Abeng: A Novel by Michelle Cliff (1995, Paperback, Reprint)
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Jah Woosh Dread Dread Cream Rare Reggae 7
Jah Woosh Dread Dread Cream Rare Reggae 7" Jamaican Abeng Free Shipping
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Abeng by Michelle Cliff
Abeng by Michelle Cliff
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Abeng
Abeng
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Abeng by Cliff, Michelle
Abeng by Cliff, Michelle
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Abeng

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  • Studio: Plume
  • Theatrical Release Date: Dec 31, 1969
  • DVD Release Date: Dec 31, 1969
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  • ASIN: 0452274834
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  • Sales Rank: 179296
Editorial Review from Product Description:
Ever since Abeng was first published in 1984, Michelle Cliff has steadily become a literary force. Her novels evoke both the clearly delineated hierarchies of colonial Jamaica and the subtleties of present-day island life. Nowhere is her power felt more than in Clare Savage, her Jamaican heroine, who appeared, already grown, in No Telephone to Heaven. Abeng is a kind of prequel to that highly-acclaimed novel and is a small masterpiece in its own right. Here Clare is twelve years old, the light-skinned daughter of a middle-class family, growing up among the complex contradictions of class versus color, blood versus history, harsh reality versus delusion, in a colonized country. In language that surrounds us with a richness of meaning and voices, the several strands of young Clare's heritage are explored: the Maroons, who used the conch shell?the abeng—to pass messages as they fought a guerilla struggle against their English enslavers; and the legacy of Clare's white great-great-grandfater, Judge Savage, who burned his hundred slaves on the eve of their emancipation. A lyrical, explosive coming-of-age story combined with a provocative retelling of the colonial history of Jamaica, this novel is a triumph.