A Homeward Journey: Edwidge Danticat's Fictional Landscapes, Mindscapes, Genescapes, and Signscapes in Breath, Eyes, Memory
- Edwidge Danticat: A bitter legacy revisited. Charters, Mallay // Publishers Weekly;8/17/1998, Vol. 245 Issue 33, p42
Profiles the author Edwidge Danticat. Her novels `Breath, Eyes, Memory,' `Krik? Krak!,' and `The Farming of Bones'; The selection of `Breath, Eyes, Memory' for Oprah Winfrey's book club; Awards; Personal background; Her experiences and travels in Haiti; Education; Details on `The Farming of Bones.'
- The Voice of the Storytellers. Anglesey, Zoë // Multicultural Review;Sep98, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p36
This article presents an interview with Edwidge Danticat about aspects of her novel, The Farming of Bones, and her views on historical fiction, language, and the benefits that come from maintaining close ties with one's community and multicultural lifestyle. Danticat's debut novel, Breath, Eyes,...
- Phantom Hearts. // What's a Black Critic to Do?;2003, p73
The article profiles Haitian author Edwidge Danticat. According to the author, the novels of Danticat celebrates village life just like Haiti's oral storytellers. He added that the work of Danticat resembles Haiti's "naif" school of painters renowned for their depictions of peasant culture....
- True Stories of Love, Loss, Longing. Medwick, Cathleen // O, The Oprah Magazine;Oct2007, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p256
The article reviews several books "Breath, Eyes, Memory," by Edwidge Danticat, "The Florist's Daughter," by Patricia Hampl, and "Foreskin's Lament," by Shalom Auslander.
- an interview with EDWIDGE DANTICAT. Lyons, Bonnie // Contemporary Literature;Summer2003, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p181
Interviews Haitian American author Edwidge Danticat. Danticat's writing credits; Her relocation to Miami, Florida, in 2002; Danticat's move from memoir to fiction in 'Breath, Eyes, Memory'; Novels that might have given the author the impetus to change the autobiography into fiction; Advantage...
- Unfair competitions? Tonkin, Boyd // New Statesman & Society;3/3/95, Vol. 8 Issue 342, p41
Reviews several books by black women authors. Includes `Breath, Eyes, Memory,' by Edwidge Danticat; `These Same Long Bones,' by Gwendolyn M. Parker.
- Giving and Receiving. Danticat, Edwidge // Progressive;Dec2012/Jan2013, Vol. 76/77 Issue 12/1, p19
A short story by Edwidge Danticat is presented, from her book "Claire of the Sea Light."
- Edwidge Danticat receives Langston Hughes Medal. BOYD, HERB // New York Amsterdam News;11/24/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 47, p24
The article reports that author Edwidge Danticat received the Langston Hughes Medal, the award annually given to African-American writer.
- Breath, Eyes, Memory Casey, Ethan // Magill Book Reviews;
An excellent, moving first novel about mothers and daughters by a twenty-four-year-old Haitian-American woman.