From Publishers Weekly
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Saw Kincaid at the Chicago Humanities Festival on Northwestern U's campus and she read the first prose-poem in this book which was very funny.Published 5 months ago by bkh
I got this book because it is one of the required books I need for my college class. When I began reading the book, I didn't like nor dislike the book because it is a strange book... Read morePublished on January 16, 2007 by Pachy S.
Kincaid's stories have a distinct voice and accent, which perpetuate the subversion of standard rules prescribed by centres of authority. Read morePublished on December 19, 2003 by nerdygirl
In its strangeness is its beauty.
I won't pretend to have understood this book. At times I'd put it down and think, huh? Read more