Krik? Krak!

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Product Number: Z01087
Released: Mar 28, 2011
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ISBN: #9781449896119
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American Book Award-winning author Edwidge Danticat earned a National Book Award nomination for this brilliant collection of stories, which includes Pushcart Prize winner "Between the Pool and the Gardenias." A "remarkably gifted writer" (Publishers Weekly), Danticat examines the brutality of her native Haiti, particularly as it affects women, in tales that soar with raw emotion. "Spare, elegant and moving, these stories cohere into a superb collection." -Publishers Weekly


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Krik? Krak!
Product Number: BX00003839
Product Number:CF186
Product Number:Z01087

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Author(s): Edwidge Danticat
Narrator(s): Robin Miles, Dion Graham
Product Number CF186
Released: May 31, 2007
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ISBN: #9781419395659
Author(s): Edwidge Danticat
Product Number EB00183866
Released: Jan 17, 2014
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Professional reviews

""Krik?" children ask. "Krak!" adults answer. At this ritual exchange, a Haitian adult, who often can neither read nor write, launches into a story about the child's ancestors. It can range from horror to love, from poverty to grace. Narrating Danticat's tales, Robin Miles and Dion Graham permit listeners entrance into a world few Americans can imagine. A boatload of Haitians drowns off Miami, a woman suspected of having flown dies in prison, an American-born daughter is about to marry. In an echo of Danticat's own Haitian experience, a woman who decides to write stories is viewed as shaming the 99 women who have gone before her. Luckily for us, Danticat, like her characters, paid no heed. R.R. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"

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