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Canada: “Lives of Girls and Women” by Alice Munro

Analysis and discussion of “Lives of Girls and Women” are forthcoming… . . . → Read More: Canada: “Lives of Girls and Women” by Alice Munro

North America

North America is a continent in the western and northern hemispheres, containing 16.5% of the world’s land. . . . → Read More: North America

Dominica: “Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys

Wide Sargasso Sea

The main themes of Jean Rhys’ “Wide Sargasso Sea” are familiar: racial conflict, gender conflict, and the failures of assimilating to a new homeland. . . . → Read More: Dominica: “Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys

Cuba: “The Lost Steps” by Alejo Carpentier

The Lost Steps

“The Lost Steps” is a 1953 novel by Cuban-born novelist and musicologist Alejo Carpentier. The story begins with a reluctant composer/academic in New York City who spends most of his time avoiding his stage-actress wife, gallavanting around with his mistress Mouche, and pondering everything but work. . . . → Read More: Cuba: “The Lost Steps” by Alejo Carpentier