Ita#39;s hard for me to be overly critical of a young, black woman writer who has achieved national success, something so rarely ... Linden Hills, leave me unsatisfied, somewhat like Ia#39;ve felt after my grandmothera#39;s Readera#39;s Digest condensations. ... Naylor uses that symbology liberally: the endless Nedeed men are coal black, squat, ugly and evil but Ruth, Williea#39;s ... to be the most engaging parts of the book, although so many people (good and evil) are crippled with neuroses it is hard to findanbsp;...
|Title||:||Black Literature Criticism: Marshall-Young|
|Author||:||James P. Draper|
|Publisher||:||Gale Research International, Limited - 1992|