Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo
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“Girl, Woman, Other” is a novel written by Bernardine Evaristo that tells the interconnected stories of a diverse cast of characters in the UK. The book follows the lives of twelve characters, mostly women of colour, as they navigate the challenges and joys of life in the UK.
Throughout the book, Evaristo uses vivid and detailed storytelling to delve into the inner lives of her characters and the social and political issues they face. The book is known for its portrayal of diversity and its exploration of themes of identity, race, gender, and sexuality.
As an intermediate or advanced English learner, you may find “Girl, Woman, Other” to be a challenging read due to its complex language and cultural references. However, the book is a well-written and engaging exploration of the human experience, and the benefits of reading and understanding it may outweigh the difficulty of the language.
It’s worth noting that there is a graded reader version of “Girl, Woman, Other” available from Penguin Readers (Level 7). This version of the book has been adapted for English language learners and includes additional resources to help with comprehension and vocabulary. If you are looking for an alternative text to help improve your English language skills, this graded reader version may be a good option for you.
Overall, “Girl, Woman, Other” is a thought-provoking and powerful novel that is well worth reading for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of contemporary issues of identity and social justice.
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I recommend you to read the ” Tha black book of the New left ” by Argentinian writers Nicolas Marquez and Agustín Laje.