The Farming of Bones Literary Style
The Farming of Bones Topics for Further Study
The Farming of Bones What Do I Read Next?
The Farming of Bones Bibliography and Further Reading
The Farming of Bones Bibliography
Hewett, Heather. “At the Crossroads: Disability and Trauma in The Farming of Bones.” MELUS 31, no. 3 (Fall, 2006): 123-145. Examines Danticat’s use of symbols with respect to the mythology of voodoo and the themes of disability, death, and healing.
Hicks, Albert C. Blood in the Streets: The Life and Rule of Trujillo. New York: Creative Age Press, 1946. An American journalist’s contemporary account of the 1937 massacre of twenty thousand Haitians in the Dominican Republic. Danticat calls this the most powerful book that her research uncovered.
Lyons, Bonnie. “Edwidge Danticat.”...
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