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Kim Huynh’s work is a project in undoing what has been said – unraveling language, meaning, and narratives that have been presented as fixed and immutable. Huynh turns familiar signs on their heads to redefine traditional notions of power and cultural identity.
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Recent & Forthcoming Titles
Loneliness of a newcomer to Canada – the lowly life of a hired girl, a hidden figure in Canadian history.
Novel set around Tagore’s play Post Office staged in the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto with echoes of today.
Language learning tool for pre-schoolers. Every alphabet has a story, wildly illustrated.
A magical story set in the desert, reminiscent of Le Petit Prince.