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Jamaica proverbs with comentry
Introduction
If you are in love, longing to be in love,
or have ever been in love, this book is for you.
This is the broadest ever collection
of worldwide proverbs containing thousands of years of wisdom on love and loving.
With such a wide range of cultures included
you can discover proverbs from
the lovey-dovey, to the sharp cutting wit.
Think of this book as a close friend
in the giddy whirlwind of love.
Everal McKenzie
BLUE MOUNTAIN MEDIA
publish Caribbean folk tales and proverbs. Use our free online interactive eBook of Jamaican proverbs, and listen to talking book samples of our excellently produced stories for children. West Indian culture in books and audio


BOOK
JAMAICA PROVERBS
AND CULTURE
EXPLAINED
ISBN 1899341099
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ISBN 1899341110
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JAMAICA TONICS
ISBN 1899341234
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ISBN 1899341129
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CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL

ANANCY STORIES
ISBN 189934117
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ISBN 1899341080
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LOVE PROVERBS
from around the world.
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ISBN 189934103X

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Love Proverbs
from around the world
Sample some of the proverbs and look at the extensive bibliography, many books rare and unavailable

AFFECTION

The boat of affection
ascends even mountains.
Bengali

One heart feels another’s affections.
Yiddish

He who relies merely on affection
is trudging a rickety bridge.

Philippines

Overmuch affection means a quarrel,
a strong wind means rain.
Sinhalese & Tamil

Superficial affection
is like smoke that dissipates.
Philippines

If one shows too much affection he is
covering something bad.
Philippines

The harlots affection is in proportion
to the gifts of her paramour.
Telugu, India