By Dionne Brand
Bread Out of Stone is an unique and forceful learn of race, intercourse and politics in modern tradition. own and poetic, those essays communicate of issues on the subject of the center of a black author. This evocative and insightful assortment has been absolutely up-to-date and contains 4 formerly unpublished essays. She turns her transparent, unflinching eye to problems with intercourse and sexism; male violence towards girls; how Black girls examine the erotic; the stereotypes of Black women in pop culture and the centrality of Whiteness in definitions of Canadian tradition. and she or he examines her own heritage.
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