Kincaid writes, "In Antigua, people cannot see a relationship between their obsession with slavery and emancipation and their celebration of the Hotel Training School..." What is this relationship?
The answer here should be fairly easy for students: what does it mean that the descendants of slaves now train to do menial domestic tasks and are celebrated for it? Why is this a problem? After all, they're earning money, right? This could lead to a useful discussion about what kind of jobs are "menial" and what kind of wage is "living."
Kincaid writes, "In accounts of the capture and enslavement of black people almost no slave ever mentions who captured and delivered him...
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