Ondaatje

[ US /ɑnˈdɑtjə/ ]
NOUN
  1. Canadian writer (born in Sri Lanka in 1943)
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How To Use Ondaatje In A Sentence

  • Ondaatje's novels prominently reflected hybrid language and multi-language voice, Mosaic Genre, Style Simulation, and Parody, make the novels be a carnival square.
  • The novel Anil's Ghost written by Michael Ondaatje conveys the author's expectation that ethnic conciliation can be achieved by inter-subjective communication.
  • Apparently the fact that some Canadians live at the same latitude as some Finns and Icelanders is reason enough to wine and dine the likes of Michael Ondaatje and Bob Rae.
  • In general, Said the critic and Ondaatje the writer coincide in interpreting the connotation of post-colonialism in their respective writings.
  • After the show one is eager to agree with Paul Bowles (as quoted by Ondaatje): ‘The Singhalese are probably the most unmusical people in the world.’
  • The movie is based on the Canadian writer Michael Ondaatje's masterpiece, which won the Book award in 1991.
  • Mr. Ondaatje, who started out as a poet, says plots often come to him as 'a glimpse of a small situation.'
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