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1º a lucia angulo book people

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1º a lucia angulo book people

  1. 1. EDWIDGE DANTICAT Lucía Angulo Gallardo 1ºA
  2. 2. BIOGRAPHY She is a Haitian writer born in Port au Prince. When he was two years old, his father emigrated to the United States to work in a factory. Two years later, he left his mother too, and she was in the care of his uncle. At twelve, she emigrated to the United States in search of his parents and settled in Brooklyn.
  3. 3. She graduated in French literature and then earned a masters degree at the University of Brown. At twenty he published his first work Word, eyes,published his first work Word, eyes, memory (1994), which followed the storybook Krik? Krak! (1997) and the novel Harvest bones.
  4. 4. His works show the back of the island of Haiti and reveal a deep and fantastic place, without leaving behind, ethnic, economic and political problems that cross the inhabitants of that country.
  5. 5. It is the first Haitian writer who writes in English, he lives in the United States and his work has been translated into more than ten languages.
  6. 6. EDWIDGE DANTICAT'S BOOK • Breath, Eyes, Memory 1994 • Claire of the Sea Light 2013 • Krik? Krak! 1995 • The Farming of Bones 1998• The Farming of Bones 1998 • The Dew Breaker 2004
  7. 7. EDWIGE DANTICAT’S BOOKS • Brother, I'm Dying2007 • Anacaona: Golden Flower, Haiti 1940, 2005 • Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work 2010 • The Best American Essays 2011 • Untwine 2015
  8. 8. BREATH,EYES,MEMORY The female street vendors called to one another as they came down the road when one merchant dropped heavy babasket,another caled out of concerm,”ou libèrè?caled out of concerm,”ou libèrè? Arer you free from your heavy load?The woman with the load would answer yes,had unloaded her freight witout hurting herself. BY: EDWIDGE DANTICAT