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Product Description: In her previous novels, Michelle Cliff explored potent themes of colonialism, race, myth, and identity with rare intelligence, lyrical intensity, and a profound sense of both history and place. Now, with Into the Interior, she has written her most intimate, courageous work of fiction yet, a searing and ultimately moving reflection on the legacy of empire and the restless search for a feeling of belonging...read more

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9780816669790 | Univ of Minnesota Pr, May 17, 2010, cover price $22.95 | About this edition: In her previous novels, Michelle Cliff explored potent themes of colonialism, race, myth, and identity with rare intelligence, lyrical intensity, and a profound sense of both history and place.

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Book Description: Everything Is Now brings together all the short fiction of Michelle Cliff, featuring fourteen new pieces as well as the stories from her two previous short fiction collections (Bodies of Water and The Store of a Million Items). Cliff, born in Jamaica and raised both there and in New York, skillfully weaves her own experiences into her fiction, exploring race, gender, sexuality, and colonialism...read more

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9780816655939 | Univ of Minnesota Pr, May 15, 2009, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Everything Is Now brings together all the short fiction of Michelle Cliff, featuring fourteen new pieces as well as the stories from her two previous short fiction collections (Bodies of Water and The Store of a Million Items).

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Book Description: Born in a Jamaica still under British rule, the acclaimed and influential writer Michelle Cliff embraced her many identities, shaped by her experiences with the forces of colonialism and oppression: a light-skinned Creole, a lesbian, an immigrant in both England and the United States...read more

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9780816654741 | Univ of Minnesota Pr, August 15, 2008, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Born in a Jamaica still under British rule, the acclaimed and influential writer Michelle Cliff embraced her many identities, shaped by her experiences with the forces of colonialism and oppression: a light-skinned Creole, a lesbian, an immigrant in both England and the United States.

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Product Description: In 1858, two black women meet at a restaurant and begin to plot a revolution. Mary Ellen Pleasant owns a string of hotels in San Francisco that secretly double as havens for runaway slaves. Her comrade, Annie, is a young Jamaican who has given up her life of privilege to fight for the abolitionist cause...read more

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9780872864375 | City Lights Books, August 15, 2004, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: In 1858, two black women meet at a restaurant and begin to plot a revolution.

A powerful, bracing collection of original stories by a critically praised Caribbean-American author depicts characters caught in the confrontations between black and white, male and female, and America and the Third World. Original. 15,000 first printing. (view table of contents)

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9780395901298 | Mariner Books, May 1, 1998, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: A collection of stories by a Caribbean-American author depicts characters caught in the confrontations between Black and white, male and female, and the United States and the third world

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In this poetic novel about colonialism and contemporary Jamaica, a light-skinned woman must find the courage to face the violence that can arise from oppression and divided loyalties

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9780525245087 | E P Dutton, July 1, 1987, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: In this poetic novel about colonialism and contemporary Jamaica, a light-skinned woman must find the courage to face the violence that can arise from oppression and divided loyalties

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9780452275690 | Reprint edition (Plume, January 1, 1996), cover price $15.00
9780679739425 | Vintage Books, March 1, 1989, cover price $11.00 | About this edition: In this poetic novel about colonialism and contemporary Jamaica, a light-skinned woman must find the courage to face the violence that can arise from oppression and divided loyalties

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Tells the stories of twelve-year-old Clare Savage's ancestors, both the Black slaves on her mother's side and the white slave owners of Jamaica on her father's side

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9780452274839 | Reprint edition (Plume, September 1, 1995), cover price $14.00
9780140153149 | Reissue edition (Penguin USA, March 1, 1995), cover price $10.95 | also contains God, Actually: Why God Probably Exists, Why Jesus Was Probably Divine, and Why the 'Rational' Objections to Religion Are Unconvincing, God, Actually: Why God Probably Exists, Why Jesus Was Probably Divine, and Why the 'rational' Objections to Religion Are Unconvincing | About this edition: Tells the stories of twelve-year-old Clare Savage's ancestors, both the Black slaves on her mother's side and the white slave owners of Jamaica on her father's side

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Product Description: Caribbean writer Michelle Cliff, author of the highly acclaimed novel Free Enterprise, presents a brilliant collection of 10 short stories dealing with oppression and liberation. "Wonderfully rich and disturbing tales . . . a remarkable collection, a testimony to human endurance and the triumph of the spirit...read more

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9780525248644 | E P Dutton, July 1, 1990, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: A collection of stories depicting America from the unique perspective of the immigrant, spotlights themes of oppression, liberation, prejudice, and compassion

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9780452273757 | Plume, January 1, 1995, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: Caribbean writer Michelle Cliff, author of the highly acclaimed novel Free Enterprise, presents a brilliant collection of 10 short stories dealing with oppression and liberation.

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Product Description: In 1858, two black women meet and later join John Brown's doomed raid on Harper's Ferry, barely escaping with their lives. Acclaimed author Michelle Cliff places an actual historical figure at the center of her powerful new novel, which brings to life the passionate struggle for liberation that began not long after the first slavers landed in Virginia...read more

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9780525937043 | E P Dutton, September 1, 1993, cover price $19.00 | About this edition: Mary Ellen Pleasant, the owner of a string of hotels that double as havens for runaway slaves, and her young Jamaican friend, Annie Christmas, join John Brown's doomed raid on Harper's Ferry

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9780452271227 | Reprint edition (Plume, November 1, 1994), cover price $9.95 | About this edition: In 1858, two black women meet and later join John Brown's doomed raid on Harper's Ferry, barely escaping with their lives.

Product Description: Book by Cliff, Michelle

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9780932379092 | Firebrand Books, December 1, 1985, cover price $18.95 | About this edition: Book by Cliff, Michelle

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9780932379085 | Firebrand Books, October 1, 1985, cover price $8.95 | About this edition: To write as a complete Caribbean woman demands of us retracing the African part of ourselves, reclaiming as our own, and as our subject, a history sunk under the sea, or scattered as potash in the canefidds, or gone to the bush or trapped in a class system notable for its rigidity and absolute dependence on color stratification.

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Tells the stories of twelve-year-old Clare Savage's ancestors, both the Black slaves on her mother's side and the white slave owners of Jamaica on her father's side

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9780895941404 | Crossing Pr, February 1, 1984, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Tells the stories of twelve-year-old Clare Savage's ancestors, both the Black slaves on her mother's side and the white slave owners of Jamaica on her father's side

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