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In the book Flight to Canada by Ishmael Reed another imitation of a slave narrative took place The history of slavery was told once more in this book only this time in a more creative and artistic fashion The creativity reminded me of Kindred only not as non-fictional Flight to Canada is a complicated book to read It jumps around constantly switching from on scene to another The particular style of writing of which this book was done in is one I am not to fond of When the author moved around in the story that made it very hard for me to follow exactly what the author was trying to get across to his audience Also the way in which Flight to Canada was worded made it even more difficult for me to comprehend There were a few points in the story that I was able to follow like for example the whole thing about Mr Swilles dead sister Vivian I didnt understand how she was tying into the scenes with Mr Swille I would read her name frequently throughout the book but it took me a while to realize that she was his dead sister and he was having sex with her in her grave Vivians whole story came together once it was broken down in class So that was one main point I had a hard time grasping Another character in the book which confused me was Quaw Quaw I have the impression that she is a Native American who was captured by a pirate that killed her brother and father Very little was said about her mother expect she receives money from the pirate as a settlement of some kind I think it may have to do with the fact that the pirate killed Quaw Quaws fatherNow somehow Quickskill ties into Quaw Quaw I think they may have been in a relationship before I dont know when or what
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