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by J Diski
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The story of Nony, who is blind and dumb and who has nothing else to do but to tell the story of her remarkable mother.
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This book can be found in: Fiction Modern & contemporary fiction. Like Mother (Paperback). Jenny Diski (author). Paperback Published: 03/07/1998. This item has been added to your basket.
She won the 2003 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for Stranger on a Train: Daydreaming and Smoking around America With Interruptions. 1 Early life Writings.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780747502470.
Haunted by the memories of her powerfully destructive mother, Jamaica Kincaid is a writer out of necessity. Born Elaine Potter Richardson, Kincaid grew up in the West Indies in the shadow of her deeply contemptuous and abusive mother, Annie Drew
Haunted by the memories of her powerfully destructive mother, Jamaica Kincaid is a writer out of necessity. Born Elaine Potter Richardson, Kincaid grew up in the West Indies in the shadow of her deeply contemptuous and abusive mother, Annie Drew. Drawing heavily on Kincaid s many remarks on the autobiographical sources of her writings, J. Brooks Bouson investigates the ongoing construction of Kincaid s autobiographical and political identities. She focuses attention on what many critics find so enigmatic and what lies at the heart of Kincaid s fiction and nonfiction work: the mother mystery.
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This book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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