This collection of short stories offers first hand insights into the reality of Belizean society, its richness and humour. Each tale is unique in flavour and imbued with Young’s wit and satire entwining lifestyles with socio-cultural aspects of the period.
Seven Belizean Short Stories
Author: Colville Young
Paperback: 119 pages
Eleventh Edition: June 2015 (First Edition: September 1991)
Size: 4.5″ x 7.5″
rojected in this collection of short stories by Colville Young is a first hand insight into the reality of Belizean society, its richness and humour. Each tale, unique in flavour and imbued with Young’s wit and satire, entwines lifestyles with sociocultural aspects of the period.
The skilfully crafted set of narratives suggests criticism of socioeconomic, cultural and political issues that are too often considered taboo. Vivid language and imagery and the impulsive, candid style of the stories combine to make a Pataki full of enjoyable reading.