A peek into Edwidge Danticat’s world:

“The first time I read ‘The Farming of Bones’ in public, I couldn’t get through it. I was embarrassed because I thought people would think I thought so highly of my work,” she says, referring to her latest novel. “But it is so harsh. And it’s not like I was drawing things out of the air. Many of these things happened, and that’s what makes it more painful.”

Haitian Heritage: Edwidge Danticat Uses Her Own Story


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