qTOCO IIq is a story based on Gabriel's life as he departed from the small country village of Toco in Trinidad W.I. at the age of fifteen. He continues his theme of using humor as a way of communication with his readers. Together with his mother, Mrs. Nathaniel, his oldest brother, John, and his middle brother, Hezekiah, all relocated to San Juan. This was a very difficult adjustment for his family to make. Absence of his father and learning the new ways of city life were challenges to everyone. After a period of moving from place to place, things began to happen. John graduated as a school teacher, Gabriel started an apprenticeship with the Trinidad Guardian Newspaper and Hezekiah was doing alright as a house painter. The best thing that happen to the Nathaniel family was they bought their new house. Gabriel completed his apprenticeship and decided to branch out on his own leaving his family and headed for London, England.Most dogs would not figure it out. ... aButcha#39;, ita#39;s me, a#39;Butcha#39; ita#39;s me, a Gabriel shouted trying to calm the delirious dog as he landed on the stove. ... aNow you know why your sister in law gave you that crazy doga, said Gabriel to his wife Dolly.
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