Breath, Eyes, Memory Literary Style
Breath, Eyes, Memory Literary Techniques
Breath, Eyes, Memory Ideas for Group Discussions
Breath, Eyes, Memory Topics for Further Study
Breath, Eyes, Memory Literary Precedents
Breath, Eyes, Memory What Do I Read Next?
Breath, Eyes, Memory Bibliography
Campbell, Elaine. The Whistling Bird: Women Writers of the Caribbean. Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner, 1998. Includes a useful discussion of Danticat.
Casey, Ethan. “Breath, Eyes, Memory.” Callaloo 18, no. 2 (Spring, 1995): 524ff. Sees the novel as an important literary introduction to Haitian culture at a time when Haiti’s political turmoil was in the news. Notes that the coded reference to politician Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s party, Lavalas, is a subtle statement of Danticat’s hopes for a post-Duvalier Haiti.
Charters, Mallay. “Edwidge Danticat: A Bitter Legacy Revisited.”...
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