The Children of Sisyphus
A bleak portrayal of life on the Dungle—the rubbish heap where the very poorest squat—this beautifully poetic, existentialist novel turns an unwavering eye to life in the Jamaicanghetto. By interweaving the stories of Dinah, a prostitute who can never quite escape the circumstances of her life, and Brother Solomon, a respected Rastafarian leader who allows his followers to...more
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"The Children of Sisyphus" is about life in the Dungle, the poorest and lowest part of the Jamaican capital. Brother Solomon and Dinah are its main ...more
This should say everything about the book I think.
No sense in bitching and moaning and looking for upliftment from it for you own life.
This book was put out there to show you what life is like for people in the lowest of lows, where there is no direction save for going up, but you find all kinda of things anchorin ...more