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Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Freundel Stuart (centre) chats with literary icon, George Lamming after yesterday’s launch. Looking on is Founder and Director of BIM Litfest, Esther Phillips.

Prime Minister Stuart received the popular book ‘Dying to be Better Themselves’ from its author, Jamaican, Olive Senior.

GREAT POTENTIAL

THE Barbados Government remains committed to the development of the literary arts in this country.

(right) Evan Marshall collects the Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of his mother Paule Marshall, from Prime Minister the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart.

(right) Evan Marshall collects the Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of his mother Paule Marshall, from Prime Minister the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart.

Prime Minister Stuart accepts two books from Barbadian-born author Cecil Foster, including his novel ‘No Man in the House’.

Prime Minister Stuart accepts two books from Barbadian-born author Cecil Foster, including his novel ‘No Man in the House’.

BIM Litfest applauded

PRIME Minister, the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart, is lauding the organisers of the BIM Literary Festival for staging that event.

Not so!

CONTRARY to what the Honourable member for St. Michael North East has stated, the young people are not among the group that are facing the toughest time in this island.

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