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In Martina A. The kettle on the Boat, author, Vanessa Gebbie, writes about the crisis with climate change and how it impacts the food chain resulting in an Inuit family relinquishing their eldest daughter. Other short stories expressed: The disgraceful persecution and abuse of albinos in Africa. The pressures on husbands to be the primary earner and their diminished status in their own country, as well as in immigrant families abroad.
Immigrant families experiencing culture shock. The short stories I commented on were my favorites. I gave this book four stars. Jan 16, Sobia Raja rated it it was amazing.
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I LOVE this book! I wish each of these stories could be made into novels - I've become so attached to the character's stories already that I want to keep reading on and on. But since I cannot do that, I'm going to re-read it! It's pure knowledge about the world we live in and if you ever do plan on going to that country, you'll be more understanding of what they do - you won't feel like a complete stranger! The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it -Albert Einstein.
Oct 09, Xarah rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , booksfree , short-stories. An interesting, and sometimes quite sad, collection of short stories written by a variety of authors and set throughout the world. Sometimes these glances were gloomy and distressing, while other times they brought a smile to the face. Despite the heartrending aspect of some of the stories, I found all to be vivid and realistic. Dec 11, Sanaa Hyder rated it really liked it. But that was almost a decade ago. Time is a funny thing.
This is a really sweet short story about a self-made man. The male protagonist is depicted flawlessly and convincingly. I dream of writing characterization like this. Mar 31, Kathrin rated it really liked it Shelves: short-stories. Great collection of short stories written my authors around the world. Lots of diversity of backgrounds and material. Mar 13, Abeer Hoque rated it liked it. I picked up "One World" because a friend's short story was in it.
Dominated by Nigerian stories the editor is from there , it is described as a beautiful chaotic rendition of the human experience that transcends culture and border. It would fit this description better if there were more variety in theme. Many of the stories are tribal, ensconced in a particular and hemmed in context. That's fine in itself, because I like knowing a lot about a little place or thing, but I also found the stories I picked up "One World" because a friend's short story was in it.
That's fine in itself, because I like knowing a lot about a little place or thing, but I also found the stories uneven. A couple were brilliant for eg: "Growing My Hair Again" , others disturbing and strange enough to overcome their abruptness "The Albino". But many of the stories had an unfinished or trying-too-hard-to-be-literary quality to them, not in the content, but in the writing itself.
Even Ms. Adichie's story and I lovelove her felt over-long and in need of another slashing draft. Apr 03, Kirsty rated it really liked it. This is an anthology of short stories from writers around the world. The stories cover many topics and the aim is to capture the essence of the country they're writing about and to convey that essence to the reader.
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It certainly captured me. I really enjoyed reading about the different cultures, traditions and ways of life of the people in the various countries. Each story was the perfect length and I really didn't want to put this down. It has definitely made me want to read more world fiction.
Feb 26, duck reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: short-s , coc-ic , wc , qw , qc , ww , woc-iw , fiction. I grabbed this book from the library because it contained a story by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, whose longer works and solo anthology I have recently devoured. It's an interesting collection of stories published through the New Internationalist www. Really good stuff: I enjoyed almost all of the stories, and will probably be seeking out other work by half of the authors involved.
May 21, Cathy rated it really liked it. As the title suggests, this is a collection of short stories written by a great collection of authors from all of the place. Jul 04, Vicki rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories , international-fiction. On the one hand, it is a window into other cultures which I do not read about often enough.
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On the other hand, the quality of the stories varied quite widely and I wondered about the inclusion of a few of them. The website for the book is no longer active but any special inquiries can be directed to oneworldanthology gmail. Aug 03, Lori Anderson rated it it was amazing Shelves: short-stories , favorites , realistic-fiction , own-it , social-issues.
Oh my. This anthology of "world stories" is nothing short of There are 23 stories told by different authors from all around the world. Regardless of the subject matter, each story will leave something with you. And JOY! I see there is another volume! Guess who's got that on her list! Jun 24, Les rated it it was ok. Didn't enjoy it and I'm confused why so many countries were overrepresented when there weren't that many stories.
Maybe to give a "fuller" picture, but that's not possible in a few stories anyway. The writing is fine to good - just not my cup of tea. I didn't read them all, so may have missed an amazing one but what I did read didn't make that seem likely. Nov 18, Karen Ng rated it really liked it Shelves: all-time-favorites , short-stories , multiple-authors , history , women-s-fiction. A collection of short stories Some non fiction, some fictionby some big name female authors.
Now I have a women's fiction anthology to recommend to my friends that won't disappoint. Apr 13, Cornelius rated it did not like it. A mixed bag in my opinion. Feb 25, Liz rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , umf , catch-up-challenge , short-fiction. Jun 02, Gabrielle Carolina rated it liked it. Aug 30, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories.
Review will follow Aug 23, Nathalie Franssen rated it it was amazing. I am going to use some of these in my class Jul 31, Jenny rated it really liked it Shelves: short-stories , fiction. This short story collection features authors primarily from Africa and Asia, and reads almost like a cultural anthropology reader. It's not quite as good as collections by Indian novelist Jhumpa Lahiri, but I loved reading about characters set in the midst of their countries, and discovering their daily lives and thoughts.
These characters live in such stark different environments yet their emotions are strikingly relatable.
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One theme that disturbed me was cross-cultural sexism. It's rampant! No This short story collection features authors primarily from Africa and Asia, and reads almost like a cultural anthropology reader.
No matter the race, class, or country, men have been abusing women around the world for centuries and continue to do so! It's appalling that we can take action against racial inequality and still miss the mark with gender inequality. These stories exemplify the disregard and disrespect for women - yet so much is expected of them. Still, I look forward to reading the sequel. Pages: ; Publication Date: ; Part of my book collection. May 19, Priscilla Herrington rated it it was amazing. One World is a collection of 23 short stories by authors from around the world, predominantly from Africa and Southeast Asia.
I discovered this book while searching for work by Jhumpa Lahiri, who is one of the contributors. While I have read a number of Indian authors, I am less familiar with African writers. This collection introduced me to number of authors from Nigeria, Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe to name a few. While nothing will take the place of actually living in another country, t One World is a collection of 23 short stories by authors from around the world, predominantly from Africa and Southeast Asia.
While nothing will take the place of actually living in another country, these stories do open doors, providing a glimpse into other cultures. All of the writers are accomplished; all have been published previously, some extensively. Jan 09, Bekah Ward rated it liked it Shelves: short-stories. I'm not really a short story person, because it's so easy for them to go wrong- to much backstory, not enough, no climax etc. But I really enjoyed this collection of stories.
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Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Collects twenty-three short stories by authors from around the world, including selections by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Jhumpai Lahiri, Skye Brannon, and others. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
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