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Synonyms for soursop

small tropical American tree bearing large succulent slightly acid fruit

large spiny tropical fruit with tart pulp related to custard apples

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She denounces the weight of traditional beliefs and the psychological damage inflicted on women by patriarchal values in the countryside ("La mort en juillet," TR 7-25; "Death in July," ARS 3-15; "Bain de lune," PC 21-26; "Moon Bathing," ARS 109-112) as well as in the slums of Port-au-Prince ("Corossol, orange, citronnelle," PC 87-99; "Soursop, Orange, and Lemongrass," ARS 171-178).
They portray young women struggling to free themselves from the pettiness of life in the slums ("Le desastre banal"; "Corossol, orange, citronnelle") or the mediocrity of the bourgeois life.
Ludovic Questel, 25 Pool maintenance worker Lives in Corossol, St Barthelemy (St Barts)
Flowers and fruits - including oranges, lemons, pineapple, corossol (custard-apple), papaya, and "the monstrous apricot, the insipid coco-plum" - were sold by slave cultivators from both the city and the countryside on Sundays and by retailers (revendeuses) on weekdays.