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What We All Long For
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|December 27, 2005

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“They were born in the city from people born elsewhere.” What We All Long For follows the overlapping stories of a close circle of second-generation twenty-somethings living in downtown Toronto. There’s Tuyen, a lesbian avant-garde artist and…
At the Full and Change of the Moon
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|February 15, 1999

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In 1824, on the island of Trinidad, Marie Ursule, queen of a secret society of militant slaves, plots a mass suicide - a quiet, passionate act of revolt. But she cannot bring herself to kill her small daughter, Bola, whom she smuggles away in the early dawn…
Ossuaries
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|March 30, 2010

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Dionne Brand’s hypnotic, urgent long poem – her first book of poetry in four years, is about the bones of fading cultures and ideas, about the living museums of spectacle where these bones are found. At the centre of Ossuaries is the narrative of…
Inventory
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|March 28, 2006

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In Dionne Brand’s incantatory, deeply engaged, beautifully crafted long poem, the question is asked, What would an inventory of the tumultuous early years of this new century have to account for? Alert to the upheavals that mark those years, Brand bears…
No Language Is Neutral
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|October 24, 1998

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A joyful, imagistic discovery of woman as speaker and subject. As a woman, a black, and a lesbian, Brand arrives at a rigorous and nakedly ruthless reclamation of the poetic.
A Map To The Door Of No Return: Notes to Belonging
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|September 17, 2002

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A Map to the Door of No Return is a timely book that explores the relevance and nature of identity and belonging in a culturally diverse and rapidly changing world. It is an insightful, sensitive and poetic book of discovery. Drawing on cartography, travels,…
L'amour, à peu près
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|November 1, 2017

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Désirs de la ville (Les)
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|October 11, 2011

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Les désirs de la ville (traduction de What We All Long For) est un roman prenant dans lequel les secrets de famille trament le quotidien aigre-doux de jeunes issus de différentes communautés ethniques. Une énigme se tisse sur fond de canicule torontoise.Vietnam,…
In Another Place, Not Here
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Beautiful and meticulously wrought, set in both Toronto and the Caribbean, this astonishing novel gives voice to the power of love and belonging in a story of two women, profoundly different, each in her own spiritual exile.
Love Enough
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|May 5, 2015

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From our acclaimed poet and novelist: a gem of a novel that sizzles about love--between lovers, between friends, and for the places we live in--and pays homage to each moment of experience.       Love lasted only one year but the time…
Land to Light On
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|April 5, 1997

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Land to Light On opens onto the landscape of Canada. “Out here I am…not even safe as the sea,” she writes. “If I am peaceful…is not peace,/is getting used to harm.” Brand writes about a place where she is an outsider – as…
Thirsty
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|April 16, 2002

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This is a poem about the city. About a man who has visions, hovering on the edge but hating it, restless and at war with the world but wanting the peace that passeth understanding. Everything he does is half-done, except his death. When he falls, his parched…
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