Rambling On Saint Martin: A Witnessing by Gerard M. HuntRambling On Saint Martin: A Witnessing by Gerard M. Hunt

Rambling On Saint Martin: A Witnessing

byGerard M. Hunt

Paperback | March 5, 2010

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"Gérard M. Hunt is a man without a country, trying to piece together in essays, editorials and scholarship a country of his own from three quite separate nations: French Colonial by birth and upbringing; United States by military service and higher education; and Canada by profession in teaching and scholarship. The three have by no means come together in a single national unity. His homing tendency seems to be towards St. Martin, but St. Martin is itself an amalgam - a clump of volcanic earth still divided, for no good reason, between two independent sovereigns thousands of miles away. He is a unitary citizen without an integrated polity. (...) Many of Gérard's essays are grave and penetrating trials. Many are sentimental - catching up with childhood comrades, sharing grief over a lost friend or relative. Several of these discourses are critiques of the wayward tendencies of French efforts to govern Saint-Martin from Paris through Guadeloupe. The most serious and extensive of essays aim at encouraging a greater sense of historical awareness and of community solidarity among St. Martiners ..." From "Foreword to Rambling on Saint Martin" by Theodore J. Lowi
Gérard M. Hunt, a native St. Martiner, is a retired High School Teacher. He was schooled in public school in Saint-Martin. He continued his education in the U.S.A. and in Quebec, Canada. He taught French at Western Laval High School and at Chomedey Polyvale...
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Title:Rambling On Saint Martin: A WitnessingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:290 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.61 inPublished:March 5, 2010Publisher:AuthorhouseLanguage:English

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