Giller Prize: Mother Works and Jobs Discrimination
giller prize: Brothers Francis and Michael try to cope now that their father has left and their mother works two jobs, according to NOW Magazine. Discrimination at the hands of teachers, police and shopkeepers who are certain the boys are nothing but trouble makes it hard. BROTHER by David Chariandy McClelland & Stewart Long-listed for the Giller Prize, Chariandy's novel is propelled by hip-hop beats, unfolding in 1991 Scarborough. Still, Francis dreams of becoming a hip-hop artist and Michael has already identified the girl of his dreams. On sale now. Then life gets in the way. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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