KILLERS OF THE DREAM

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Killers Of The Dream

Author : Lillian Eugenia Smith
ISBN : 0393311600
Genre : Social Science
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A documentary of the destructive powers of segregation and apathy as written from the experiences and insights of a Southerner
Category: Social Science

Killers Of The Dream

Author : Lillian Eugenia Smith
ISBN : UCAL:B4091252
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

The Dream Killer Of Paris

Author : Fabrice Bourland
ISBN : 9781908313447
Genre : Fiction
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Enter the world of supernatural crime investigation....In the autumn of 1934 a channel crossing to France takes a paranormal turn for private detective, Andrew Singleton, when he sees an extraordinary mirage and has an encounter with a lady in white.On arrival in Paris he is quickly drawn into a very unusual murder investigation in which the victim appears to have died of fright in his sleep.Who caused this death and how? And could there be some connection to Singleton's experience on the channel? In a city alive with surrealism and metaphysical research, Singleton and his partner James Trelawney set off on the trail of a criminal mastermind, whose evil methods and motives will prove bizarre beyond their wildest imaginings.
Category: Fiction

Psychology Comes To Harlem

Author : Jay Garcia
ISBN : 9781421405414
Genre : History
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An illuminating picture of mid-twentieth-century American literary culture and learned life, Psychology Comes to Harlem reveals the critical and intellectual innovation of literary artists who bridged psychology and antiracism to challenge segregation.
Category: History

On Their Own Premises Southern Women Writers And The Homeplace

Author : Constante González Groba
ISBN : 9788437084671
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Centrat en les obres de Kate Chopin, Elizabeth Madox Roberts, Zora Neale Hurston, Lillian Smith, Eudora Welty, Alice Walker, Llegix Smith, Jill McCorkle i Bobbie Ann Mason, aquest llibre analitza el retrat ambivalent de l'espai domèstic descrit per les escriptores del sud. Les qüestions més profundes de gènere, raça i classe en una societat tradicional com la del sud americà es manifesten precisament dins l'esfera domèstica, on l'espai és sovint un mitjà crucial de dominació. Les escriptores contemporànies del sud sovint han utilitzat la transformació de la llar i els seus significats com una nova font per a la ficció. Han estat explorant formes noves i antigues d'imaginar el que podria ser una llar i la seva narrativa diu molt de la manera en la qual el treball, els llocs i la família contribueixen a la creació d'un altre en el sud contemporani.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Lillian Smith Reader

Author : Lillian Eugenia Smith
ISBN : 9780820349992
Genre : Literary Collections
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Published in association with Piedmont College and the Estate of Lillian Smith.
Category: Literary Collections

Memory Of A Large Christmas

Author : Lillian Smith
ISBN : 0820318426
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author recounts her many happy Chistmases spent with eight brothers and sisters, including one Christmas when the family hosted a chain gang and their guards
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Genesis

Author : Walter Brueggemann
ISBN : 0664237339
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Strange Fruit

Author : Lillian Eugenia Smith
ISBN : 0156856360
Genre : Fiction
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When it was first published in 1944, this novel sparked immediate controversy and became a huge bestseller. It captured with devastating accuracy the deep-seated racial conflicts of a tightly knit southern town. The book is as engrossing and incendiary now as the day it was written.
Category: Fiction