My Brother (Farrar, Straus & Giroux); The Autobiography of My Mother (Plume) "I grew up in such a powerful matriarchy," says Jamaica Kincaid, "that I've never considered patriarchy as something to be respected." A conversation, then, on "the feminine arts," from reproduction to literary creation. Part 6 of the nine-part series "Women, Writing and the Imagination."
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