Antiguan novelist, essayist, and gardening professional whose fiction and nonfiction works often explore themes of colonialism, imperialism, and racism. Her books consist of Lucy (1990) and Mr. Potter (2002), and her nonfiction works add a Little Place (1988) and My Backyard Reserve (2001). She was raised in poverty in Antigua and afterwards proved helpful in Westchester, NY as an au set. Before you begin her literary profession, she briefly went to Franconia University in New Hampshire. She changed into Judaism. She was created Elaine Potter Richardson and transformed her name to Jamaica Kincaid upon the publication of her initial work. She wedded Allen Shawn, with whom she acquired two kids: Harold and Annie. She and Jim Carroll both released their function in The Paris Review.
|1||West Indian author.|
|2||Sister-in-law of actor Wallace Shawn.|
|Life and Debt||2001||Documentary narration / novel "A Small Place"|
|Life and Debt||2001||Documentary||Narrator (uncredited)|
|Nulle part ailleurs||2000||TV Series||Herself|
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