cascadura


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cascadura

(ˌkæskəˈdʊərə)
n
(Animals) a small Trinidadian catfish of the family Callichthyidae, with tough scaly skin
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This is followed by a strong essay from Karen Mah-Chamberlain on the different kinds of power relationships at play in Sam Selvon's Those Who Eat The Cascadura.
Coordenar as Unidades de Saude da PMERJ que hoje compreendem 2 Hospitais, 4 Policlinicas, localizadas nos bairros de Cascadura, Olaria, Sao Joao de Meriti e na Cidade de Campos dos Goitacazes e um Centro de Fisioterapia e Reabilitacao;
5) Como no centro do Rio, Cascadura e outros bairros do suburbio carioca eram redutos de sambistas e choroes.
Naipaul, Salt by Earl Lovelace, Those Who Eat The Cascadura by Samuel Selvon and anything by Dionne Brand--all Trinidadians.
Some popular Creole dishes are callaloo soup, stewed tatoo (armadillo), crab backs, fried iguanas or tum tum (mashed green plantains), and cascadura (fresh-water fish).
A Cascadura fish (a sweet fish that lives in muddy water), Callaloo (greens), wild meat (deer, iguana, octopus, duck) and goat.
This was published many years later by TSAR as Those Who Eat the Cascadura.
Those Who Eat the Cascadura, Toronto, TSAR Publications.
1979) and the novels Those Who Eat the Cascadura (1972) and Moses Ascending (1975).
Among his other works are the stories in Ways of Sunlight (1958; reprinted 1979) and the novels Those Who Eat the Cascadura (1972) and Moses Ascending (1975).
Rosary Royar's essay on Those Who Eat the Cascadura (1972) shows that underlying Selvon's fiction are deep engagements with race and colonial structures.