Thursday, March 6, 2008

Potpourri: Literature & Women's History

Answer the quiz and your name will be entered in a drawing. Post your reply to the comment box. Must include your e-mail to be eligible to win. To celebrate National Women's History Month, we will draw a winner each week throughout the month of March.

Quiz #21

"[She] was born on September 29, 1950 ...on the tiny island of Grenada in the Caribbean. She completed her primary education and later attended St. Joseph's Convent High School in St. George's, Grenada. [She] attributes most of her writing philosophy to her childhood in Grenada, where she intertwined the concepts of oratorical media with the formal art of writing. With the idea of obtaining a higher education, [she] enrolled at the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica, where she later received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in English and in Spanish. After graduating in 1972, she returned to her high school, St. Joseph's Convent, where she taught History and Spanish for the next two years.

Who is she?

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