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Email alerts Latest Issue. She was, in so many ways, my first reader and my first editor. Five days before her death, she asked me to write her something to read.

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I went home that night and wrote the following essay. I brought it to her the next day.

Her eyesight had weakened, and she didn't have a lot of stamina, but she was able to read a couple paragraphs of it. It turned out to be the last thing I wrote while my mother was alive.

Commonwealth of Letters: British Literary Culture and the Emergence of Postcolonial Aesthetics

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