A magnet to the poets, philosophers, teachers, troubadours and misfits who people the town of Port of Spain, Miguel Street is a place where tales of glory and debauchery vie with declarations of love and anger, where neighbourhood dramas are scrutinized and wisdom doled out to one and all.
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?Life in Trinidad as described by Mr. Naipaul through the eyes of a "street arab" in Miguel Street is enchanting, mysterious, varied and richly comic. His happy-go lucky community, in what to the stranger's eye would be a slum, abounds in eccentric characters: indeed everyone is eccentric, and tolerant of other eccentrics.?-The Scotsman
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