- Objection to the term 'Half-Caste'
- Objects to the use of 'half' because half of something is not as good as a full item. 'Half-Caste' implies that people of mixed race are inferior
- Treats topic with some humour, however the underlying anger is never far from the surface.
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- English - speaking societies
- Society in general
- English societies
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- Cultural identity
- The problem of applying a term to a group of people as it can cause offence
- Racial prejudice
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- First person
- Creole dialect
- Humorous images
- Metaphoric phrases
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- L48 - 'wid de whole of yu eye'
- Ls 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 20, 25, 30 - 'half-caste'
- Ls 4-5, 10-11,22-23, 31-32 - 'explain yuself wha yu mean'
- Ls41-53 - 'an I will tellyu de other half of my story'
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- Anger at discrimination and racial prejudice in society: Unrelated incidents, Not my business
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