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- la mulâtresse solitude (circa 1772-1802) is a historical figure of the fight against slavery on guadeloupe. she has been the subject of legends and a symbol
- settlement and pipiol. lower santa cruz consists of la canoa and bourg mulatresse, commonly referred to as 'book' in local vernacular. compared to upper
- joseph in the east. maracas bay/santa cruz/la fillette febeau/bourg mulatresse morvant/upper malick san juan west/caledonia st. ann's/cascade/mon repos
- parallels in the exiles of caribbeans and jews. in 1972, they published la mulâtresse solitude. in 1989, they wrote a six-volume encyclopaedia hommage à la
- sadji published two novels, maïmouna: petite fille noire (1953) and nini, mulâtresse du sénégal (1954), along with a number of short stories, of which 'tounka'
- of the title would be 'a plate of pork with green bananas.' (1972) la mulâtresse solitude; published in english as a woman named solitude (1973) (1989)
- hyacinthe boisneuf, un «nègre affranchi» en 1848 et d'amanda mathurine rené mulâtresse. fodor's 98 caribbean fodor's travel publications, inc. staff, fodor's
- flambeau' (circa 1945-1948) 'triple-e**** magician' (circa 1945-1948) 'la mulâtresse' (circa 1945-1948) jane turner, ed. (2000). encyclopedia of latin american
- who married gertrudis westen, the daughter of a dutchman and a haitian mulâtresse. by his mother —whose mother was of spanish origin, while her father was