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Breath, Eyes, Memory

by Edwidge Danticat

Breath, Eyes, Memory by Edwidge Danticat
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  • First Published:
    May 1998, 236 pages
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    May 1998, 234 pages

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Jus (11/24/16)

Capturing and astonishing
This books not only connects to the readers but to the author and that is very admirable. The words, context and backgroind takes the readera into a different land within Haiti.
Bookjive (01/19/10)

Point of View
Different cultures, different women. But more fascinating is the way one’s circumstance affects her vision, her ambition, and her future. Somehow, the book tells us -It is always up to us what we will become, no matter how one’s memories linger…
book lover (04/07/09)

AWESOME
I thought this book was remarkable and astonishing :)
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