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By 1984, I knew that I wanted to continue to write, I had begun to think that I wanted to look for opportunities for publication. This was an added problem in a situation where my political truth had vanished. London, where others had wandered before me, seemed like a good idea. In London, I not only found details of my history resting in documents in various libraries, but discussions of issues of race, nationhood and gender lent further complicating substance to the already complicated. I decided to settle down to learn about myself.
Pierrot who only loves slim women. ' Fifi' s shrug was wonderful! 'I love him ... ' 61 Although constitutionally opposed, Madame Foucault self-pitying and Fifi defiant, they look after their younger friends, who are both the victims of failed love matches. Madame Foucault nurses Sophia back to good health and Fifi watches over Roseau through her depression. As a result, the courtesans are romanticized by the heroines, although Roseau is more genuinely fond of Fifi than Sophia is of Madame Foucault.
London, where many people from once-British colonies were constantly meeting to discuss their particular circumstances of persecution because of oppositional politics, of migration for educational opportunities, for economic opportunities or simply because of wanderlust, was a perfect place for such troubling thoughts. In fact, when I left for London in 1984, knowing I wanted to write but not knowing whether I would get published, I was conscious that Caribbean writers before me had lived there and found a space for their writing.