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Please make sure to answer each prompt through and meet the word count. Use (htt
Please make sure to answer each prompt through and meet the word count. Use (https://www.supersummary.com/girl-woman-other/summary/) for information on the book Girl, Woman, Other PROMPT #1: Describe the ways in which Bernadine Evaristo's Novel Girl, Woman, Other is disruptive (100 words) PROMPT #2: In an interview with the German magazine Berliner Zeitung, Bernardine Evaristo made the following statement: "People do still today say to me they expect it to be a book about suffering. Why? Why would you expect it to be a book about suffering? Because it's about Black women. If somebody says to you, I've written a book about 10 white women, you wouldn't think that. You'd think, oh, what's that about? But when it comes to Black lives, they expect tragedy and we're going to give them tragedy. I give them humor and I give them reality and lots of different aspects to people's lives. And yes, there is an element of suffering in some of them. But that is not the overriding atmosphere in the book." Link for Interview: https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/en/bernardine-evaristo-people-expect-tragedy-i-give-them-reality-li.134407 Give examples from the novel Girl, Woman, Other to support the author's claim (100 words) PROMPT #3: Critically reflect on the ways in which Bernardine Evaristo’s 2019 novel Girl, Woman, Other gives voice to a marginalized group of black women living in Britain. (300 words)

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