‘1960s Memoir of a West Indian Woman’ Shares the Rich Cultural Heritage of West Indies

July 23 20:19 2021

If you’re looking to enjoy a great book that is rich in culture and heritage, look no further. 1960s Memoir of a West Indian Woman made its debut on Amazon sometime back and has since increased in popularity among the fans. This wonderful novel was first published in January 2019 by Balboa Press.

‘1960s Memoir of a West Indian Woman’ tells the story of the author Zula Fitzgerald. This beautifully written novel captures the childhood of Zula and her experiences in the 1960s back in the West Indies. Zula chronicles her history and lets the reader look into her family dynamics, capturing the place’s culture and traditions.

The author also gives her readers an insight into the social and political movements occurring in that era, especially the impact of travel and immigration between the United States and the West Indies in the 1960s. She also goes into details of the social issues happening at the time, like child abuse, prostitution, abortions, and the general effect of poverty during that time.

This memoir gets more interesting as it touches on the influence of religion, the practices of black magic, and the crimes of the 1960s. ‘Nineteen-Sixties Memoir of a West Indian Woman’ shares the journey of one woman’s life with all of its interesting twists and turns.

Zula Fitzgerald is a graduate of the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus). She majored in Language Arts and Social Studies. She also received a BA from Brooklyn College in the United States as an English teacher. Later, she received her MS in Education Leadership and became a Doctoral Candidate at Walden University. Her memoir is written in the English language and 48 pages.

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