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2018, ISBN 1443456950, 308 pages
Newlyweds Celestial and Roy are the embodiment of both the American Dream and the New South. He is a young executive and she is an artist on the brink of an... 
African Americans | Man-woman relationships | African American families | False imprisonment | Marriage | Atlanta (Ga.)
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2011, 1st ed., ISBN 9781565129900, 340
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2005, ISBN 0446532460, viii, 324
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2012, ISBN 0786465867, viii, 205
"This collection of essays examines popular writer Pearl Cleage's work, it is the first book-length consideration of a writer and activist whose bold... 
Cleage, Pearl Criticism and interpretation | Atlanta Setting | Twentiy-First Century | Women Characters | Feminism | Authors | African American Society | English Literature | Gender/Sexuality | Cleage, Pearl (b.1948)
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New York Times, ISSN 0362-4331, 07/2015
In that tradition, I can say that I called myself writing my first novel, "Leaving Atlanta," in order to remind the world that in the early 1980s, 30... 
Writers | Books
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02/2018, Volume 123, Issue 6, 1
The author of 'An American Marriage' likes to bring hardcover books with her when she flies: 'I accepted a gig in Dubai just for 18 hours of luxurious reading... 
HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | Books and reading | Interviews | Appreciation | Authors | Reading | Jones, Tayari | Writers | Single parents | Bible | Novels | Books | Black culture
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Callaloo, ISSN 0161-2492, 10/2007, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 979 - 984
When most people think of bigamy, if they think of it at all, they imagine some bizarre practice taking place on the pages of National Geographic or in a farm... 
Hair | Mothers | Children | Fiction
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LIBRARY JOURNAL, ISSN 0363-0277, 02/2018, Volume 143, Issue 3, pp. 87 - 87
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The Langston Hughes Review, ISSN 0737-0555, 10/1999, Volume 16, Issue 1/2, pp. 71 - 80
Jones uses the writings of Alain Locke, W.E.B. Du Bois, James Weldon Johnson, Zora Neale Hurston and others of the Harlem Renaissance to advise a comparative... 
Slavery | Women Characters | Twentieth Century | Father to Son | Authors | English Literature | Hurston, Zora Neale | Hughes, Langston | Their Eyes Were Watching God | sexuality | "Father and Son" | 1900-1999 | characterization | novel | American literature | African American women | Literary Works
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08/2016
  A return home summons memories of youth in Jacqueline Woodson's "Another Brooklyn." 
Web Resource
11/2015
  Irving's latest novel chronicles the rise of a child genius from a trash heap in Mexico to literary stardom. 
Web Resource
The New York Times, ISSN 2474-7149, 10/2017
With “Five-Carat Soul,” his debut story collection, James McBride explores race, masculinity, music and history. 
Young adults | Writers | Men | Books
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New York Times (Online), 10/2017
With “Five-Carat Soul,” his debut story collection, James McBride explores race, masculinity, music and history. 
Young adults | Writers | Jones, Edward P | Men | Books
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The Times, ISSN 0140-0460, 11/2019
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The Guardian, ISSN 0261-3077, 12/2019
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The Gazette, ISSN 0384-1294, 05/2012
Frank Money returns home from the war suffering from a mysterious psychiatric ailment that to-day we could call post-traumatic stress disorder. 
Post traumatic stress disorder
Newspaper Article
11/2015
  AS THE AUTHOR of 14 novels, John Irving flaunts his obsessions: fatherless children, clergymen, prostitutes, circuses and, of course, writers. Alongside... 
Book Review
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