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Brother, I'm Dying is a memoir of native Haitian Edwinge Danticat. Danticat's mother is a seamstress, while her father drives a taxi for city dwellers. Brother, I'm Dying study guide contains a biography of Edwidge Danticat, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes. Brother, I'm Dying by Edwidge Danticat. In Brother, I’m Dying, she recounts an acutely personal story of her family’s struggles both with the politically challenging and poverty-ridden context of modern Haiti and with the land of immigrant promise in the United States.