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“Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images In 2005, Ms. Rousseff was named chief of staff for Mr. da Silva, overseeing key government initiatives, including infrastructure and energy programs.”
“But Caryl Phillips, Fred D'Aguiar, Bernardine Evaristo, Laura Fish, Barry Unsworth - and probably others that I've accidently forgotten and who will now be upset with me ... sorry - have all tackled the subject.”
“Evaristo of Perú Político [es] writes about some basic points of the sentence:”
“Doris dreams of escape, of finding those she has loved and lost, of returning home to her motherland: England. rydra_wong first hipped me to Bernadine Evaristo, I am glad to see her published in the US. made a syn feed for her blog, bevaristo.”
“Events at the Hay festival, the Shoreditch House Literary Salon and literary club night To Hell with the Lighthouse will be held in spring and summer 2011, and James Meek, Matt Thorne, Tibor Fischer and Bernardine Evaristo will be among the writers offering launch recommendations on the project's website.”
“Evaristo apparently composed it while writer-in-residence at the Museum of London and it breathes an intimate connection between the Roman city and today's geography - she uses mainly modern streetnames and toponyms, and has Zuleika a citizen of the racially and sexually diverse metropolis, attended by her Scottish slaves, educated by her husband to the point where she writes and recites her own poetry.”
“Evaristo uses the setting to explore various obvious themes of race, class and gender, and does it vividly and thoroughly.”
“Did you know that Bernardine Evaristo considers writer's block a dirty word?”
“Evaristo Sa/AFP/Getty Images Firefighters squared off against a blaze in a supermarket in Concepción Monday.”
“The San Lorenzo hacienda continued to supply the local Mission before being purchased in 1893 by Evaristo Madero, who introduced European vines and techniques.”
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