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Set in post-war London, this novel of the racial, political, and social upheaval of the last half-century follows two families--the Joneses and the Iqbals, both outsiders from within the former British empire--as they make their way in modern England. A first novel. 50,000 first printing.
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Praise for White Teeth
"Zadie Smith's fizzing first novel is about how we all got here—from the Caribbean, from the Indian subcontinent, from thirteenth place in a long-ago Olympic bicycle race—and about what "here" turned out to be. It's an astonishingly assured debut, funny and serious, and the voice has real writerly idiosyncrasy. I was delighted by White Teeth and often impressed. It has . . . bite."
"A rich, ambitious, and often hilarious delight."
"This is a strikingly clever and funny book with a passion for ideas, for language, and for the rich tragicomedy of life. . . . [Smith's] characters always ring true; it is her ebullient, simple prose and her generous understanding of human nature that make Zadie Smith's novel outstanding. It is not only great fun to read, but full of hope."
"A writer of mighty potential."
—The Times Literary Supplement
"Poised and relentlessly funny. . . . A major new talent."
"Outstanding... refreshingly upbeat and deserving of all the attention it is getting." —The Evening Standard
"Outstanding... not only great fun to read, but full of hope."
—The Sunday Telegraph
"The biggest literary talent for 2000... One of the most impressive first
novels of recent years." —The Observer Magazine
"Funny, clever... and a rollicking good read." —The Independent
"Brilliantly written and hugely inspiring." —RED
"A vibrant, multicultural extravaganza." —Marie Claire
"The first publishing sensation of the millennium." —The Observer
"Darting between decades, cultures and generations, this chronicle of immigrant London fizzes with life." —Good Housekeeping
"Gleefully inventive... Zadie Smith's debut announces the debut of a significant new talent." —The List
"Bounding, vibrant, richly imagined and thoroughly engaging." —The Telegraph
"If you buy one book this year, WHITE TEETH should be it." —Livewire Magazine
Zadie Smith is twenty-four years old and a graduate of Cambridge University. White Teeth is her first novel, parts of which have appeared in Granta. Smith lives in North London.
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