Vivid, intriguing, and lyrical, The Sun, the Sea, a Touch of the Wind evokes the beauty and culture of the Caribbean, and passionately portrays an African-American woman’s struggle to define herself and her relation to the world around her. "Expansive . . . hones, intriguing . . . a rich brocade on the human condition."—The Boston Globe.
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