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Author by : Shani Mootoo Languange Used : en Release Date : 2005 Publisher by : New York : Grove Press ISBN : 0802117988 File Size : 47,5 Mb Total Download : 851
Two childhood friends--Harry, the half-caste son of a hard-working maid, and Rose, the daughter of his mother's employer--form a bond that drives them later in life to break free from the social manacles that have kept them apart, in a story of the dangers of love against all odds. By the author of Cereus Blooms at Night.
Author by : Shani Mootoo Languange Used : en Release Date : 2006-06-09 Publisher by : Open Road + Grove/Atlantic ISBN : 1555847021 File Size : 52,5 Mb Total Download : 450
Set on a fictional Caribbean island during World War II and in modern-day Vancouver, He Drown She in the Sea is the spellbinding story of two childhood friends reunited late in life. As children, Rose Sangha and her housekeeper's son, Harry, are inseparable, blissfully unaware of the subtleties of class hierarchy until the night Harry is banished from the Sangha home. When Harry and Rose meet again in Canada years later, the gulf separating them is not so apparent. They have a life-affirming affair and Rose dares to reroute their destinies. This is a haunting, sensuous, and suspenseful story a
Author by : Chris Robbins Languange Used : en Release Date : 2018-03-07 Publisher by : Chris Robbins ISBN : 9781925635867 File Size : 41,5 Mb Total Download : 843
Who can you trust when crime and corruption take over your town? When a body washes ashore in sleepy Queens Bay, Maggie Ashburn, chair of the town council's planning committee, is soon convinced the drowning is linked to dodgy developments proposed for her shire. Fearless, feisty and frequently obnoxious, Maggie must take on the shire president, his lackeys and his developer mates to uncover the truth, but she has secrets of her own to hide, as well. Recently released from political life, where she served 3 terms as a councillor in the City of Gold Coast, Chris Robbins has penned a lively acco
Author by : Donna McCormack Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-01-30 Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing USA ISBN : 9781441113788 File Size : 47,6 Mb Total Download : 663
Queer Postcolonial Narratives and the Ethics of Witnessing is a critical study of the relationship between bodies, memories and communal witnessing. With a focus on the aesthetics and politics of queer postcolonial narratives, this book examines how unspeakable traumas of colonial and familial violence are communicated through the body. Exploring multisensory epistemologies as queer and anti-colonial acts of resistance, McCormack offers an original engagement with collective and public forms of bearing witness that may emerge in response to institutionalized violence. Intergenerational, commun