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  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Colour Me English
  • Caryl Phillips
  • English
  • 23 August 2019
  • 9781846553059

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Colour Me English

review Colour Me English 100 Nt of the day the twin towers fell We follow him across Europe and through Africa while he grapples with making sense of colonial histories and contemporary migrations engaging with legendary African African American and international writers from James Baldwin and R. There is so much I love about this collection And Caryl Phillips s very first essay about his experience in New York City on September 11 2001 is a singular thing just such a perfect piece of writing But there were than a few moments I am thinking specifically about his estimation of other great writers Chinua Achebe and James Baldwin in particular that felt like talking down to masters of the craft and it drove me crazy

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review Colour Me English 100 Color Me English opens with an inspired story from his boyhood a poignant account of a shared sense of isolation he felt with the first Muslim boy who joined his school Phillips then turns to his years living and teaching in the United States including a moving accou. I liked this immensely I read one of Phillips novels a few years ago and enjoyed And of course as I now know he s not in fact Trevor s brotherOf the collection most the essays touch upon the issue of belonging and identity There s a good review of a range of writers who often than not have left or were exiled from their home countries and wrote about the experience of living in a new world Two of the stand out essays were the critiue of British writing in the 1950s and the encounter with Chinua Achebe Of the former Phillips rightly identifies a silence in English fiction and drama at the time of the Windrush generation and the dramatic influx on immigration in the 1950s Given the dramatic changes in British society why is it that such landmark playsbooks from the likes of John Osborne and Kingsley Amis don t directly address this issue In response Phillips reviews the work of Colin MacInnes one of the few British writers to think through and describe this issue Phillips meeting with Achebe was fascinating and centres on Conrad s Heart of Darkness Ultimately Achebe finds Conrad to be a disappointment Whilst Conrad describes the folly of imperialism Achebe finds a lack of accrediting humanity to the Africans in the novel Phillips challenges Achebe to identify a writer who does this and Achebe comes up with the brilliant observation that perhaps David Livingstone came closest as he describes his encounters with the Afrians he meets as infuriating This is a authentic response than Conrad s argues Achebe because it acknowledges their humanity I ve not done justice to this encounter but it is a great read A thought provoking clear collection of very readable essays Which now prompts me to track down a few of his novels

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review Colour Me English 100 Ichard Wright to Chinua Achebe and Ha Jin who have aspired to see themselves and their own societies clearlyA truly transnational reflection on race and culture in a post 911 world Color Me English is a stunning collection of writing that is at once timeless and urge. This book gave me a new insight into Phillips and how his viewsstudy of the worldmigrations are reflected in his fiction My fav essays wereo A Life in 10 Chapters this provides a glimpse into his growing years and how this affected his relationship with his familyo Strange Fruit After writing a play he titled Strange Fruit he makes his first trip to the US and when one of the fathers of the young girls who died in the Birmingham church bombing is driving him to an event in AL and explains the American meaning of strange fruit o Color Me English an essay as the only black in school and wanting to be included as English and then a Muslim boy enrolls in the school and he examines what other means and much further this boy is in being English o A Familiar Conversationo Ghana Border Crossingso Sierra Leon Distinct voices Based on his essay which discusses his relationship with Russell Banks I was on the fence about reading Bank s latest book Lost Memory of Skin I will now add the book to my tbr list I have two unread books of fiction by Phillips I will now be reading them with a deeper insight into the meaning of his writing