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|Bradley Carrot||Bradley Carrot is the third Acting Governor General of Antigua. After the first two men in the position die mysteriously, Kincaid says Carrot is "looking over his shoulder."|
|The Codrington Family||The Codrington family were English explorers in the 17th century who saw slave-trading potential in Antigua and Barbuda.|
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|Horatio Nelson||Horatio Nelson was an admiral in the British Royal Navy in the late 18th century. A street in Antigua is named after him. Kincaid describes him as an "English maritime criminal."|
|Queen Victoria||Queen Victoria was the monarch of Great Britain from 1837 to 1901. Since Antigua was a British colony, she was also the monarch of Antigua. Kincaid mentions that her birthday is an Antiguan holiday.|