Blue Sunflower Startle




      Blue Sunflower Startle
Yasmin Ladha s experimental and provocative novel weaves story, essay, and poem together in an exquisite exploration of the ways in which one can love a country. Best Download Blue Sunflower Startle by Yasmin Ladha For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Yasmin Ladha was born in Mwanza, Tanzania She immigrated to Canada in 1978 at the age of twenty Numerous journeys to India, the rich talk stories of her youth, and the influence of female role models like her mother and grandmother provide a constant energy to her work Yasmin is currently completing her master s degree in English at the University of Calgary She has one previously published book Bridal Hands on the Maple DisOrientation Chapboook, 1992 and has been featured in numerous periodicals and anthologies, including Alberta Rebound NeWest Press, 1990 Bio from back page of Lions Granddaughter and Other Stories

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      Blue Sunflower Startle
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  • Paperback
  • 168 pages
  • Blue Sunflower Startle
  • Yasmin Ladha
  • English
  • 24 August 2019
  • 1554810167

10 thoughts on “ Blue Sunflower Startle

  1. Rebecca says:

    As its title suggests, Blue Sunflower Startle is jolting and often disorienting Ladhas language surprises, as in little mounds of jasmine beds, gentle as babies graves The novel opens in Tanzania in 1964, when the unnamed narrator is six years old Among a dizzying plurality of ethnicities, religions and languages, she struggles to construct a coherent identity Home for these characters is not so much a place as an emotion, often triggered by food Indeed, Ladhas most common metaphors are As its title suggests, Blue Sunflower Startle is jolting and often disorienting Ladha s language surprises, as in little mounds of jasmine beds, gentle as babies graves The novel opens in Tanzania in 1964, when the unnamed narrator is six years old Among a dizzying plurality of ethnicities, religions and languages, ...

  2. Coralie says:

    I think I would have appreciated this bookhad I been familiar with any of the locations mentioned.

  3. Deirdre says:

    Beautiful.

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