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The Life of Jamaica Kincaid
: "I would never say I wouldn't write about an experience I've had." 7 Reception and Criticism edit The reception of Kincaid's work has been mixed. 5 To do so, according to the writer Michael Arlen, is to be "disrespectful of a fiction writer's ability to create fictional characters". A b c d e f "Her Story - BBC World Service". Other critics claim that her style is "modernist" because much of her fiction is "culturally specific and experimental". "Review of 'Making Men: Gender, Literary Authority, and Women's Writing in Caribbean Narrative' by Belinda Edmondson." Research in African Literatures, vol.
In Antigua she received a British education and.
Jamaica Kincaid was born Elaine Potter Richardson on Antigua in 1949.
In 1965 she left Antigua for New York to work as an au pair, then studied photography at the New York School for Social Research and attended Franconia College in New Hampshire.
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Awards and honors edit 1984 Morton Dauwen Zabel Award of the American Academy of Arts and Letters for At the Bottom of the River 1984 Shortlisted for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction for At the Bottom of the River 1984. A b Garis, Leslie (October 7, 1990). In 1990 the prime minister was Vere Bird. And that's universal, and not provincial in any way". Rotscheid 5 O'Clock Rumba, rumba IV, seurer 5, 6, 7, 8, cha IV1. Thanks to her condition, Kincaid critically examines her Antiguan past with its colonial legacy, and her American present. Caribbean Writer: the Literary Gem of the Caribbean. A b Levintova, Hannah. Sontag describes Kincaid's writing as "poignant, but it's poignant because it's so truthful and it's so complicated.
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