CRITICAL PERSPECT IVE In a 2000 interview with the literary journal Brick, Edwidge Danticat explains how, as a Haitian immigrant living in the United States, she has a dualistic relationship with Haiti: I have come to terms with the fact that my relationship with Haiti is different than someone who lives there . . . I love being there, there's a kind of peace about it that I can't explain. But I realize that I'm not living, I'm staying for a certain period of time, at the end of which I travel back. And so, it's a relationship of insider/outsider. How does “New York Day Women” convey the narrator's “insider/outsider” relationship with her mother and with Haiti?

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