Harriet's Daughter by Marlene Nourbese Philips
  

Synopsis

Harriet's Daughter by Marlene Nourbese Philips

Margaret - a second generation West Indian immigrant - and Zulma - fresh from Tobago - become friends in this novel that challenges stereotypical notions of strong, matriarchal black mothers and poor, abused, powerless white women.

Reviews

?The novel successfully challenges stereotypical notions of both strong, matriarchal black mothers and of poor, abused powerless black women... a valuable contribution to Caribbean and postcolonial literature.?-Choice

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Marlene Nourbese Philips
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Publisher

Heinemann International Literature & Textbooks an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

20th October 1988

ISBN

9780435989248


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