Cuban Passage

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Raven Black is instilled with a firm sense of place and vividly captures the tension between values old and new that permeate the novel’s isolated island community. Most commentators, Richard English among them, now argue this is wholly inadequate. In addition to the GREAT BRITISH BREAKFAST, for serious breakfast eaters, Simpson's offers THE TEN DEADLY SINS - at £15.95 per person this includes: Toast with jam or marmalade, pastries, fresh orange juice, freshly brewed coffee Choice of cereals, porridge, stewed fruit or half a grapefruit The Simpson’s Cumberland sausage, fried egg, streaky and back bacon, black pudding, lamb’s kidneys, fried bread, liver, bubble & squeak, baked beans, grilled mushrooms and tomato.

Pages: 250

Publisher: Pantheon Books; 1st Amer. ed edition (May 1982)

ISBN: 0394520696

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