Think of downtown Kingston, and pictures of a sea of huanity travesing across alleys, vying for space in between handcarts, vendors on the pavements trying to outsell the others flash past.
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Jamaican literary giant, Kwame Dawes, recently reintroduced the public to a poet most had thought they had left behind in high school: T.S. Eliot. Dawes, who is a professor of English at the University of Nebraska, outlined Eliot's influence on Caribbean poetry in a lecture held in the main reading room of the National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) last Sunday.