In addition to the varied literary approaches

In addition to the varied literary approaches, two other important factors help frame and set the stage for ways to interpret the collection. First, is the idea that the group was ordered to write the stories as punishment for bad behavior, and to write them for Guyanese readers. The second notable factor provided for help in interpreting the collection is that even though it appears the court case and punishment which ensue from the teens’ destructive behavior are orchestrated by their parents and teachers, the writing project takes on new importance when one member of the group, who had been seriously collecting their stories over a period of three decades or so disappears mysteriously in the Pomeroon. McWatt (one of the group) becomes the one who sees the project through to its final stage by collecting and editing stories from all the others.

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