Damballah has ratings and 14 reviews. This collection of interrelated stories spans the history of Homewood, a Pittsburgh community founded by a runa. Damballah (Homewood Trilogy) [John Edgar Wideman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This collection of interrelated stories spans the. This collection of interrelated stories spans the history of Homewood, a Pittsburgh community founded by a runaway slave. With stunning lyricism, Wideman.
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Sent For You Yesterday Pa. What makes it particularly hard to read is the knowledge that many of the stories are edggar by the history of Wideman’s real-world family. Get to Know Us.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jill rated it it was amazing Apr 01, John F This is another installment of the Homewood Series and worth reading. Joe rated it really liked it Dec 09, Don’t have an account? Mar 13, Mitchell Robinson rated it really liked it. Fiction in English — American writers, – Texts User lists with this item 1 Things to Check Out 1 items by schraderma updated In March,he self-published “Briefs,” a new collection of microstories, on Lulu.
Some of the best stories in this collection are the touching “Daddy Garbage,” the spirited dambzllah Songs of Reba Love Jackson,” and the realistic “Rashad. Jlhn more Read less.
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Jan 01, Frankie Frasure rated it it was amazing. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. He currently teaches at Brown University, and he sits on the contributing editorial board of the literary journal Conjunctions. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt- Fiction – pages.
There is just a very clear-eyed look at the lives of these troubled people, from the runaway slave who first settled joohn Homewood to the young men being imprisoned there more than a century later. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
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Wideman has a Faulknerian concern with place, and with tracing roots. Write a customer review. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Katherine rated it really liked it Apr 03, With stunning lyricism, Wideman sings of “dead children in garbage cans, of gospel and basketball, of lost gods and dead fathers” John Leonard.
Difficult to read, and discouraging except for the doggedly-determined. The most powerful fiction if it is really fictionI’ve read in years.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. All the stories seem to be dealing with how to keep faith in God and goodness in the face of a world where everything is confusing and finding a purpose is never fully possible.
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Every year, literary types like to speculate on who will be named the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and in the US, the names that get bandied about are always the same: Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. And his writing can be Faulknerian, too, ranging back and forth in time, swooping into a character’s thoughts and then back outside his or her head, often even blurring the line between widdman and non-fiction.
It is a celebration of people who, in the face of crisis, uphold one another–with grace, courage, and dignity.
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