There is Confusion

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UPNE, 1924 - Fiction - 289 pages
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Set in Philadelphia some 60 years ago, There Is Confusion traces the lives of Joanna Mitchell and Peter Bye, whose families must come to terms with an inheritance of prejudice and discrimination as they struggle for legitimacy and respect.
  

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There is confusion is a book about different black families from the 1800's and there struggle and journey through out their lives. This is an incredible book. You can feel the hot air as the two ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
16
Section 3
21
Section 4
29
Section 5
35
Section 6
47
Section 7
65
Section 8
71
Section 17
168
Section 18
176
Section 19
182
Section 20
189
Section 21
195
Section 22
203
Section 23
222
Section 24
231

Section 9
80
Section 10
93
Section 11
103
Section 12
114
Section 13
128
Section 14
142
Section 15
155
Section 16
162
Section 25
237
Section 26
247
Section 27
254
Section 28
263
Section 29
269
Section 30
276
Section 31
286
Section 32
290

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About the author (1924)

Jessie Redmon Fauset (1882--1961) was literary editor of Crisis from 1919 to 1926. She is the author of four novels, including The Chinaberry Tree.

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