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Written by Vahni Capildeo for Reader's Digest on Thursday, October 4, 2018

McCallum’s book is brilliant in dealing with the contradictions placed on her Caribbean and Creole peers, before and after Charlotte Brontë’s Bertha Rochester or Jean Rhys’s Antoinette. It is astounding, with its dynamic, conversational or dreamy use of space on the page. It is, above all, moving.

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