My Brahmin Days and Other Stories

and other stories

Author/Illustrator/Editor: Cyril Dabydeen

“With her I immediately sensed that it had to do with who I was, where I’d been born, and where I’d been living these last twenty-five hears. This was the first time she was meeting me… ‘He’s a Brahmin,’ she finally said, sternly, as if I wasn’t there with them.” Their closely observed stories, with their gritty poetic descriptions and finely ironic twists, confront Dabydeen’s Asian and Caribbean-South American identity with his experience of life in Canada, where he has lived for over three decades. Of Cyril Dabydeen’s previous works:

“It is the epiphay, the moment of illuminations, which comes out of an ordinary experience.” – World Literature Today

“Dabydeen’s narrativew often containthe lyrical sonsilidations of images that are the mark of a poet … an earnestly searching soul.” – Books in Canada

“… spirit, flavour and humour … vivid, vivacious fiction.” – The Ottawa Citizen

Publisher
Mawenzi House
DateISBNBISAC CodeThemaRights available
01/01/20009780920661857FICTION / Literary
LanguageFormatSizePricePages
EnglishPaperback / softback5.74 in x 8.75 in15.95144