A bright, intelligent and talented young girl brought up as an untouchable in India succeeds in overcoming the social discrimination of the class system while working for a British oil fiirm, only to find the impossiibility of rising above the status she was born with despite her extraordinary talent as a classical musician.
He was born with the name, Michael Cox. His parents were articulate, cultured and socially active in the island community of Pointe‐a Pierre, in San Fernando, Trinidad. Michael for some unknown reason insisted that they call him Mickey. He was hardly a Mickey type and the name always brought recall to either Mickey Mouse, Mickey Rooney the comic actor or Mickey Cohen, the gangster. For his serious demeanor and his adult, conservative attitude, the name simply d...