Pink Icing: And Other Stories

Pink Icing: And Other Stories

Pamela Mordecai / Feb 17, 2020
Pink Icing And Other Stories Telling stories of ordinary lives with extraordinary skill Pamela Mordecai draws delicately detailed portraits of life in Jamaica and other islands with occasional trips to Canada Her characters spe
  • Title: Pink Icing: And Other Stories
  • Author: Pamela Mordecai
  • ISBN: 9781897178324
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • Telling stories of ordinary lives with extraordinary skill, Pamela Mordecai draws delicately detailed portraits of life in Jamaica and other islands, with occasional trips to Canada Her characters speak with the cadences of the Caribbean, and cope with the universal experiences of birth and death, joy and betrayal In Hartstone High, a group of girls learn the high pricTelling stories of ordinary lives with extraordinary skill, Pamela Mordecai draws delicately detailed portraits of life in Jamaica and other islands, with occasional trips to Canada Her characters speak with the cadences of the Caribbean, and cope with the universal experiences of birth and death, joy and betrayal In Hartstone High, a group of girls learn the high price of education in Alvin s Ilk, a self centred teenaged boy comes to see his elderly neighbour in a whole new way and in Shining Waters, a young priest s plans for his new parish go horribly awry.
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    About "Pamela Mordecai"

      • Pamela Mordecai

        Pamela Mordecai was born in Jamaica She has published five collections of poetry, five children s books, a book of short fiction, and a reference work on Jamaica with her husband, Martin She has also edited coedited anthologies of Caribbean writing as well as numerous textbooks In 2010, her play, El Numero Uno had its world premiere at the Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People in Toronto Her poems have been shortlisted for the CBC Literary Award for Poetry and the Bridport Prize UK She is the recipient of The Institute of Jamaica s Centenary Medal, Jamaica s Vic Reid Award for Children s Writing, and the Burla Award Pamela lives in Kitchener.

    294 Comments

    1. It was altogether too frustrating for me not understanding what any of the Jamaican or Caribbean characters in any of these short stories were saying Perhaps if Mordecai wrote a full length book I could catch on by the end, but with different dialects in each story, no.



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