Angie Brown: A Jim Crow Romance by Lillian Jones Horace,Karen Kossie-Chernyshev,Michon Benson

By Lillian Jones Horace,Karen Kossie-Chernyshev,Michon Benson

featuring Angie Brown (1949). Lillian Jones Horace's inventive reaction to Richard Wright's Black Boy (1945). Angie Brown is set to prevail regardless of the hindrances she faces within the Jim Crow global she inhabits. All she wishes is to satisfy the precise humans within the correct locations and locate real love, and the remaining might be heritage. Will she succeed?

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