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by Patricia Powell
Author: Patricia Powell
Publisher: Alfred A Knopf; First Edition edition (1998)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Mr. Lowe lives the simple and happy life of a shopkeeper. A Chinese immigrant to Jamaica in the 1890s.
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Patricia Powell's rich and artful narrative carries us to an extraordinary . I had trouble finishing this book, it was emotionally relentless and brutal. Patricia Powell was born in Jamaica in 1966. from Wellesley College and an .
Patricia Powell's rich and artful narrative carries us to an extraordinary climax, in a novel that captivates by the sheer force of its storytelling. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. in creative writing from Brown University. She is Briggs-Copeland Lecturer in Fiction at Harvard University. The Pagoda is her third novel. Библиографические данные.
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Patricia Powell (born 1966) is a Jamaican writer, who has won awards for her novels. Born in Jamaica, she moved to the United States in her late teens. She received her bachelor's degree at Wellesley College, and an MFA in creative writing from Brown University, where she studied with Michael Ondaatje, among others. She began her teaching career in 1991 in the English Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
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Powell has achieved something wonderful-a postmodern tale and a darned good yarn.