Topic Tag: Edwidge Danticat

Embark, Literature, Reviews

Bookshelf (Mar/Apr 2020) | Book reviews

This month’s reading picks, with reviews of Everything Inside; Sun of Consciousness; Nomad; A–Z of Caribbean Art; and Homecoming: Voices of the Windrush Generation

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Embark, Literature, Reviews

Bookshelf (Mar/Apr 2019) | Book reviews

This month’s reading picks, with reviews of Unwritten: Caribbean Poems After the First World War; Theory; The Art of Death: Writing the Final Story; The Ice Migration; and Forged from the Love: Colin Laird, Caribbean Architect; plus a bookshelf Q&A with Jamaican-British poet Raymond Antrobus

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Culture, Literature, Arts, History, Haiti

Deadly Frontier: Edwidge Danticat’s “The Farming of Bones”

As I write this, they’re still pulling bodies out of what used to be villages along the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic....

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What the Caribbean is talking about this month

Soulful princess “She’s young, Cuban, black, and gay,” quips Tumi record label boss Mo Fini, who we can thank for launching yet...

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Culture, Literature, Lifestyle, People, Haiti

Edwidge Danticat: finding her way home

I have never met Edwidge Danticat in person. Until I interviewed her a few months ago, any knowledge I had of her came from her fiction,...

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Literature, Reviews

Book Reviews (January/February 2003)

PICK OF THE MONTH The Autobiography of Alfred H. Mendes, 1897–1991 Alfred Mendes, ed. Michèle Levy (UWI Press 2002, 192pp, ISBN...

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Culture, Literature, People, Haiti

Edwidge Danticat: Surviving Life

The Dew Breaker by Edwidge Danticat (Knopf, ISBN 1400-041-147, 256 pp)   Edwidge Danticat’s preoccupation with the woes of Haiti and...

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