“No Telephone to Heaven” and “Notebook of a Return to the Native Land”

A masterpiece created by Jamaican-American writer Michelle Cliff, published in 1996 reflects the encapsulation as to how Michelle Cliff conceptualizes her identity across gender, history, and nation, moving in between the worlds of black and white, voicing her preoccupation with histories of resistance and oppressed people intersection of the structures of linear time and fixed place by dialogically positioning African hymns. The black images highlighted in Cliff’s work revolves around the story of Clare, a Jamaican National, daughter to a white-skinned father and a dark-skinned mother and a sister to a dark-skinned girl reflects the personal relationships fractured by colorism are emblematic of the distorted relations that prevail in societies governed by racialized ideologies.
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