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Her AUTHOR Cherry Muhanji reader ✓ doc 9781879960022 ✓ Popular ePub, Her Author Cherry Muhanji There are many interesting things in this book isbn 9781879960022: format: Paperback and others 179 pages and has a text language like English Ack and others 179 pages and has a text language like Engli I found it hard to work my way into the rhythm of the narrative but I did it was worth it

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Her AUTHOR Cherry Muhanji ☆ Esting things in this book isbn 9781879960022 format Paperb A very complex book about the women who live on John R Street It is about the relationships between these black women and men whether as friends family or lovers it is always very human and very messy I read it twice while taking part in proofreading the new printing and it has some absolutely delectable prose There were sentences and passages I could read over and over again just to experience the taste as they rolled off my tongue kindle ´ Her AUTHOR Cherry Muhanji á Cherry Muhanji

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Cherry Muhanji á Her AUTHOR Cherry Muhanji doc Popular ePub Her Author Cherry Muhanji There are many inter All American whites are from the South 255It's difficult to handle in writing the intense of the grotesueries that haunt the halls of human history You see it done well in Morrison and Gayl Jones and Cormac McCarthy but often than not one feels voyeuristic rather than sympathetic and the we're all in this together tone that attempts to tie it all together can come off as sentimentally inadeuate for coping with the motions of catharsis that are usually wrapped up in such scenes of horrific tragedy One review mentions this text attempting to do what Faulkner did without his level of prose and all I can say to that is Faulkner is enjoyable obfuscated than otherwise With Muhanji I did very much enjoy certain flashes of ueerness a promise of which was what drew me to acuiring this book in the first place but certain themes escalated far too uickly and far too near the end for the narrative to hold together I appreciated the rare view of 60's industrial US that reminded me of nothing so much as Dhalgren but that book gave itself a great deal of room to stretch in and I have to wonder what directions Muhanji's writing would have taken had she made use of or had access too a similar breath of canvasThis book was one thing in the beginning another thing in the middle and yet another thing at the very end I liked the middle the most for how closely it adhered to the promise of this edition's cover but the last twenty pages followed up a bit too hastily and dramatically on the foreshadowing established earlier on While I do acknowledge the histories of both US slavery and the Euro rise of Nazis both together in the space of less than 180 pages is a little much if the narrative surrealistically or otherwise can't support the process I don't regret picking this up on a whim I missed that particular amazing library sale this year ; ; but it's just not a world I have much experience in and it was hard to engage outside of the brief mentions of suits and Malcolm X I'm still interested in Aunt Lute the publisher anything that specifically focuses on ueer women lit is worth pursuingSo this wasn't the most successful read under the sun but I sure wish there was written in this particular confluence of themes History is all too often fed to us piecemeal black people over there ueerness over here and the only bridge often mediated solely through whiteness andor cishetness Even rare is fiction that draws from such primary sources and when the writing is good and the experience is rich it is an invaluable resource for someone like me The fact that this wasn't a favorite of mien is indicative of my lack of experience in this work than anything else and I do hope others read this in order to experience reality in uniue terms than is what usually portrayed in 20th century literature Regardless of my own personal preferences this is a worthy addition to ueer History Month in general Goodness they uestioned They could never trust it Evil they understood and made room forBetter to have what you knew and the Tempter they knew