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Half-Blood Blues

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November 12, 2013

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The brilliant, bestselling, Giller Prize–winning novel Esi Edugyan’s Half-Blood Blues took the literary world by storm when it was first published, captivating readers and reviewers with its audacity, power, and sheer brilliance. The novel won or was nominated for every literary prize…read more

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Winner of the 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize, short-listed for the 2011 Governor General's Award for Fiction Paris, 1940. A brilliant jazz musician, Hiero, is arrested by the Nazis and never heard from again. He is twenty years old. He is a German citizen. And he is black. Fifty years later, his…read more

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Suspenseful and atmospheric, this extraordinary novel portrays both the hardship and grace in the life of a man struggling to realize his destiny. When Samuel Tyne emigrated from the Gold Coast (now Ghana) in 1955, he was determined to accomplish great things. He excelled at Oxford and then came…read more

Half-Blood Blues

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October 28, 2013

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The brilliant, bestselling, Giller Prize–winning novel Esi Edugyan’s Half-Blood Blues took the literary world by storm when it was first published, captivating readers and reviewers with its audacity, power, and sheer brilliance. The novel won or was nominated for every literary prize in…read more

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Writing about belonging is not a simple task. Esi Edugyan chooses to intertwine fact and fiction, objective and subjective in an effort to find out if one can belong to more than one place, if home is just a place or if it can be an idea, a person, a memory, or a dream. How “home” changes, how it…read more

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Un blues mestizo

by Esi Edugyan|

February 25, 2012

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«Una historia fascinante sobre la verdad y la traición. Una novela brillante y ágil.» The Times«Una potente mezcla de emociones... Escritura magnífica, sutil caracterización de personajes y un retrato muy convincente del lugar y la época en este atractivo trabajo que recuerda al primer V. S.…read more

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Un disque de 3 minutes 33 secondes, c’est tout ce qu’il reste de ce temps-là. De ce Paris occupé où trois jazzmen planqués pour échapper aux nazis tentaient malgré tout d’enregistrer un morceau. Sid, Chip, et Hiero, deux Noirs de Baltimore et un métis allemand, unis le temps d’un enregistrement…read more

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Home, for me, was not a birthright, but an invention.. It seems to me when we speak of home we are speaking of several things, often at once, muddled together into an uneasy stew. We say home and mean origins, we say home and mean belonging. These are two different things: where we come from, and…read more

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Haunting and atmospheric, this debut novel portrays the heartbreak, hardship and moments of surprising grace in the life of a man struggling to realize his destiny. A young man of astonishing promise when he emigrated from Ghana in 1955, Samuel Tyne was determined to accomplish great things.…read more