Swinging Bridge Paperback – Aug 30 2004
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About the Author
RAMABAI ESPINET was born in Trinidad and has lived in Canada for 25 years. She is a poet, a writer of fiction and essays, a critic and an academic. Her published works include the poetry collection Nuclear Seasons, and two children’s books, The Princess of Spadina and Ninja’s Carnival. She lives in Toronto.
Top Customer Reviews
This book sheds a light on recent history as well as the experience of this ethnic group as immigrants in North America. IMO this book should also be a must-read for anyone living in cities in North America and the UK where a large diaspora of West Indian Indians reside.
As the first reviewer for Amazon.ca, and though I have never met you, I will address you directly : Ramabai, you are a great writer with great stories to tell. The Swinging Bridge is definitely a story that needed and NEEDS to be told. I am happy I read it. BTW, I am not East, West or any other direction Indian (thought I should mention this as the Amazon.com reviewers all seem to be from your neck o' the woods).