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  • Who Slashed Celanire's Throat?by Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2004; US$ 16.95

    Haiti, History, and the Gods With this "fantastical tale," Condé claims her place as the most daring of gothic writers. Enigmatic, obsessive, and fascinating, this novel is the story of a woman goaded to retribution by the scar encircling her neck....[The novel] redefines once and for all what has been called "witchcraft," conjuring it rather as... more...

  • The Story of the Cannibal Womanby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2007; US$ 16.00

    One dark night in Cape Town, Rosélie's husband goes out for a pack of cigarettes and never comes back. Not only is she left with unanswered questions about his violent death but she is also left without any means of support. At the urging of her housekeeper and best friend, the new widow decides to take advantage of the strange gifts she has always... more...

  • Victoireby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2010; US$ 19.99

    The critically acclaimed, award-winning author of the classic historical novel Segu, Maryse Condé has pieced together the life of her maternal grandmother to create a moving and profound novel. Maryse Condé's personal journey of discovery and revelation becomes ours as we learn of Victoire, her white-skinned mestiza grandmother who worked as... more...

  • The Story of the Cannibal Womanby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2007; Not Available

    One dark night in Cape Town, Rosélie's husband goes out for a pack of cigarettes and never comes back. Not only is she left with unanswered questions about his violent death but she is also left without any means of support. At the urging of her housekeeper and best friend, the new widow decides to take advantage of the strange gifts she has always... more...

  • Who Slashed Celanire's Throat?by Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2004; Not Available

    Haiti, History, and the Gods With this "fantastical tale," Condé claims her place as the most daring of gothic writers. Enigmatic, obsessive, and fascinating, this novel is the story of a woman goaded to retribution by the scar encircling her neck....[The novel] redefines once and for all what has been called "witchcraft," conjuring it rather as... more...

  • Victoireby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2010; Not Available

    The critically acclaimed, award-winning author of the classic historical novel Segu, Maryse Condé has pieced together the life of her maternal grandmother to create a moving and profound novel. Maryse Condé's personal journey of discovery and revelation becomes ours as we learn of Victoire, her white-skinned mestiza grandmother who worked as... more...

  • Who Slashed Celanire's Throat?by Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2004; Not Available

    Haiti, History, and the Gods With this "fantastical tale," Condé claims her place as the most daring of gothic writers. Enigmatic, obsessive, and fascinating, this novel is the story of a woman goaded to retribution by the scar encircling her neck....[The novel] redefines once and for all what has been called "witchcraft," conjuring it rather as... more...

  • The Story of the Cannibal Womanby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2007; Not Available

    One dark night in Cape Town, Rosélie's husband goes out for a pack of cigarettes and never comes back. Not only is she left with unanswered questions about his violent death but she is also left without any means of support. At the urging of her housekeeper and best friend, the new widow decides to take advantage of the strange gifts she has always... more...

  • Victoireby Maryse Conde; Richard Philcox

    Atria Books 2010; Not Available

    The critically acclaimed, award-winning author of the classic historical novel Segu, Maryse Condé has pieced together the life of her maternal grandmother to create a moving and profound novel. Maryse Condé's personal journey of discovery and revelation becomes ours as we learn of Victoire, her white-skinned mestiza grandmother who worked as... more...

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