Indian-Caribbean Test Cricketers and the Quest for Identity - Frank Birbalsingh

Indian-Caribbean Test Cricketers and the Quest for Identity

By Frank Birbalsingh

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-12-01
  • Book Genre: Sports & Outdoors
  • Author: Frank Birbalsingh
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Indian-Caribbean Test Cricketers and the Quest for Identity provides a voice for cricketers whose music is drowned out by the sound and fury of the likes of Brian Lara, Viv Richards and Garry Sobers. But as this book proves, Indian-Caribbean cricketers have their music too. From Sonny Ramadhin in 1950 to Ramnaresh Sarwan in 2012, this book chronicles the dramatic, often turbulent, odyssey of all 33 Indian-Caribbean Test players within the realistic, multicultural context of their living social, cultural and political history.

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