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You Alone are Dancing

You Alone are Dancing - 89 edition

ISBN13: 978-0472066278

Cover of You Alone are Dancing 89 (ISBN 978-0472066278)
ISBN13: 978-0472066278
ISBN10: 0472066277
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 89
Publisher: Ann Arbor Books
Published: 1989
International: No

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You Alone are Dancing - 89 edition

ISBN13: 978-0472066278

Brenda Flanagan

ISBN13: 978-0472066278
ISBN10: 0472066277
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 89
Publisher: Ann Arbor Books

Published: 1989
International: No
Summary

Rape, the devastation of hurricane Flora, a child's tragic death, and an indifferent and corrupt government are some of the numerous problems challenging the people of Rosehill. Set on the fictional island of Santabella and spanning three years, You Alone Are Dancing follows the life of young Beatrice Salandy, balancing her ambitions, obligations, and love for Sonny Allen. Determined to create his own opportunities, Sonny leaves Rosehill for the United States in a swirl of promises and expectations. Beatrice remains on Rosehill, sharing her neighbors' struggle, adding their pain to her own, but sharing as well their music and their laughter, their history and their allegiance to it.

Like Santabella, set in an indifferent blue sea, Rosehill is part of a larger neglected Caribbean society, and Beatrice must learn to negotiate its tides and ebbs, overcome its storm and ensure its lulls, as she peruses what has to be done. She succeeds--but at a price that changes her life forever, as it does that of Sonny and all of Rosehill.



Author Bio

Flanagan, Brenda : Eastern Michigan University

Brenda Flanagan, a native of Trinidad, is Professor of English at Eastern Michigan University, where she teaches creative writing and African-American and Caribbean literature. Flanagan is a three-time Hopwood award winner, including one for this novel. She is also the author of a play, When the Jumbie Bird Calls, and a forthcoming short story collection, In Praise of Older Women and Other Crimes. Her poetry and short fiction have appeared in Caliban, Calalloo, the Caribbean Review, and the Indiana Review, among others.

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