My Father Sun-Sun Johnson

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My Father Sun-Sun Johnson

My Father Sun Sun Johnson is a beautiful Jamaican book about a man called Sun-Sun Johnson. He enjoys life, but ends up losing his wealth, his home, and his wife to his business rival. This English literature books is recommended for high school students.

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My Father Sun Sun Johnson Set, like all Everard Palmer’s previous stories, in Jamaica, this book combines an irresistible gaiety of style with a sensitive understanding of the relationship between a father and son. The revised editions include new supplementary material including chapter summaries, an exploration of the book’s major themes and post-reading comprehension activities. About the author C. Everard Palmer was born in Jamaica and lived there until a few years ago, when he moved to Canada. His childhood was spent in just such a village as Kendal, lived in by the kind of people who fill the pages of this book. All his stories have been inspired by memories of his childhood and though the people and incidents he describes are imaginary they could easily have been real.
J$1,880.00

My Father Sun Sun Johnson

Set, like all Everard Palmer’s previous stories, in Jamaica, this book combines an irresistible gaiety of style with a sensitive understanding of the relationship between a father and son. The revised editions include new supplementary material including chapter summaries, an exploration of the book’s major themes and post-reading comprehension activities.  
 
About the author
C. Everard Palmer was born in Jamaica and lived there until a few years ago, when he moved to Canada.  His childhood was spent in just such a village as Kendal, lived in by the kind of people who fill the pages of this book. All his stories have been inspired by memories of his childhood and though the people and incidents he describes are imaginary they could easily have been real.

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Weight 1.0000
Condition New
Author C. Everard Palmer
ISBN 9780230733466
Book Format Paperback
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