By Alfred Hubert Mendes, Michele Levy
Alfred H. Mendes was once a member of the Beacon team of writers in Trinidad within the Nineteen Thirties and pal and colleague of C.L.R. James and Ralph de Boissiere. He was once a prolific author, with a particular and fascinating voice, and he wrote an important variety of brief tales, lots of that have by no means been released and so much of which have been written among 1920 and 1940. ''The guy Who Ran Away'' is a suite of twelve tales with an creation and brief word list of Trinidadian Creole phrases and words. The e-book comes in handy as a textual content for college literature classes, with an advent designed for college students unusual with Mendes's paintings, yet now not so dauntingly educational as to deter a normal readership.