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A compelling collection that explores the lives of Afro-Caribbean immigrants living in Canada, these eight short stories delve into the experiences of displaced persons living in contemporary society--all with a richness of language and rhythm that is authentically urban.
About the Author :
Austin Clarke has contributed to There Are No Elders as an author.
Austin Clarke is a professor of literature and has taught at Yale, Brandeis, Williams, Duke, and the Universities of Texas and Indiana. He assisted in setting up a Black Studies program at Yale in 1968, after which he became the cultural attachE of the Embassy of Barbados in Washington, D.C. Culminating with the international success of "The Polished Hoe", which won the Giller Prize, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, and the Trillium Prize, Austin Clarke's work since 1964 includes eleven novels, six short-story collections, and four memoirs. He lives in Toronto.
|Title:||There Are No Elders||Publisher:||Exile Editions|
|Author:||Austin Clarke, Leon Rooke|
|No. of Pages:||145|
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