Lawd today!

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Northeastern University Press, 1991 - Fiction - 219 pages
4 Reviews
"Interweaves news bulletins, songs, exuberant wordplay, and scenes of confrontation and celebration into a kaleidoscopic chronicle of one day in the life of a black Chicago postal clerk during the Depression."--P. [4] of cover.

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User Review  - Adrienna - Goodreads

In this novel, there is expletives, and Black people arguing about non-sense but feel it is better to own some property or have money instead of talking. Also mentioned was the craw fish (some say ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Heff - Goodreads

"The feel good book of the year! Will leave you feeling good about life!" are words that will never be said about this book. It is mean, dirty, depressing, abusive, maddening, and downright sad ... Read full review


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About the author (1991)

Richard Wright was born in 1908 in rural Mississippi and died in Paris in 1960. His Native Son and Black Boy are best-selling American classics. His other books include The Outsider, Black Power, and White Man, Listen!