Short Story Collections

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At the Bottom of the River (1983)

Book Review: Off the Bookshelf – At the Bottom of the River” (The Austin Chronicle)

Reviewer, Laura Donnelly, reviewed the short story on January 12, 2001. She claimed that the story was a “lyrical collection of some of Jamaica Kincaid’s most provocative writing”, that begins so innocent but matures in content as it continues, similar to a journal.

15 Contemporary Short Story Collections By Women You Should Really Read” (Bustle)

On September 4, 2014, Gina Vaynshteyn gave a list of 15 short story collections that every woman should read, listing “At the Bottom of the River” at number 13. She claimed that the collection paints a picture of a Caribbean childhood that focuses on family and “female and male binaries”.

 

 

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