Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide (2020)

Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide Martin Munro Dany Laferrière Edwidge Danticat A Reader s Guide Offering an accessible guide for readers and critics alike this book is the first publication devoted entirely to Danticat s unique and remarkable work It is also distinctive in that it addresses all
  • Title: Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide
  • Author: Martin Munro Dany Laferrière
  • ISBN: 9780813930220
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Paperback
Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide Martin Munro Dany Laferrière Offering an accessible guide for readers and critics alike, this book is the first publication devoted entirely to Danticat s unique and remarkable work It is also distinctive in that it addresses all of her published writing up to The Dew Breaker 2004 , including her writing for children, her travel writing, her short fiction, and her novels.The book contains an exclusiOffering an accessible guide for readers and critics alike, this book is the first publication devoted entirely to Danticat s unique and remarkable work It is also distinctive in that it addresses all of her published writing up to The Dew Breaker 2004 , including her writing for children, her travel writing, her short fiction, and her novels.The book contains an exclusive interview with Danticat, in which she discusses her recent memoir Brother, I m Dying 2007 , winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award It also includes an extensive bibliography.
Edwidge Danticat: A Reader's Guide Martin Munro Dany Laferrière

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  1. Purple Iris

    I love the way Munro started the introduction, the use of the bookstore image to ask the question how would you classify Danicat s work Where would you put it in the bookstore And the guide does go about answering that question in different ways I remain wary of the idea that Danticat, or any writer for that matter,is beyond classification It s simply not true, although we may choose to ignore certain classificatons at times There is one sentence in the intro on p 4 that really bothers me While [...]

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