Jamaica: Connecting with Memories

Francis Wade makes a trip out to his late grandfather's home and realises that one reason he moved back to Jamaica was “to give up the rootless and drifting feeling of not belonging that I always felt in America. I am able to piece together parts of my grandfather's memory from others. It connects me to him, and to them, in a way that I find edifying…”

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