Kincaid, Jamaica
January 2001
New Yorker;01/22/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 43, p41
Focuses on the connection of race and politics with gardens. Creation of a garden by prisoners in Auschwitz; Implication of the John Caldwell Calhoun statue for black citizens; Documentation of the association of the world with the garden in the book 'Garden and Farm Books,' by Thomas Jefferson.


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