Every time that Caricom Heads of Government meet, they include language in their final communiqué on the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy. However, at their encounter next month in Barbados the matter will no longer be about a dormant claim, but one that has come alive and is potentially dangerous.
Last week we considered what constitutes Guyanese Literature in the Pre-Independence era, focusing on the Colonial period. Within the two broad historical divisions of the writing – before and after Independence – there are important functional sub-divisions which do not only relate historical periods/chronology/dates.
1) Dermoid Cysts
This is a tumour, not a malignant one though. I don’t see much of this in Guyana, but very long ago, when I was practising in Europe, several dogs presented with this condition whereby hair was growing from the surface of the eyeball.
The male Guianan Cock-of-the-rock has a striking neon-orange plumage with a prominent orange slice crest. They are found in the Guiana Shield (French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, southern Venezuela, eastern Colombia and northern Brazil), typically near rocky outcrops where the
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj
Mon Bijou is a discreet, little village in Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara.
Upon crossing the Demerara Harbour Bridge you turn left and travel until you cross the concrete bridge just before the Bagotville junction then turn right into Canal Number One.