Andrea Levy, who has died of cancer aged 62, gained wide recognition as a writer with the publication of her fourth novel, Small Island, in Intertwining the stories of two couples, one white British, the other Jamaican, and their struggles to survive and come to terms with one another in Britain during and after the second world war, Small Island was awarded the Orange prize, the Whitbread prize and, the following year, the Commonwealth literature prize. Ten years later, it was voted the Best of the Best Orange prize novels, and this May the National Theatre is due to mount a stage version. Two years later she published Never Far from Nowhere, set during the s and focusing on the different choices made by the two daughters of Jamaican immigrants living on a council estate in London. Although she was by no means the first Caribbean British writer to depict the experiences of the Windrush arrivals in the s and 50s, Levy differed from earlier writers such as Sam Selvon , George Lamming and Beryl Gilroy in her focus on the experience of families with children, and especially the daughters of that generation, children who saw themselves not primarily in racial terms but as middle-class and British. Comparisons between the two island communities continue in Small Island, which gives much greater attention to the intermingling of white and black histories in Britain.
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Her father was the chief executive officer and partial owner of a furniture manufacturing company in Manhattan. He has dual American and Canadian citizenship, becoming a member of the Legislative Assembly of Yukon and the leader of the Yukon Liberal Party in the s. Mitchell graduated from New Rochelle High School.
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