"Compelling...Ms. Cartier joins the ranks of Afro-American writers-among them Ralph Ellison and Ntozake Shange-whose works demonstrate the deep connections between music and narrative." NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW Be-Bop, Re-Bop is the pulse of American Blacklife, the real-deal depiction of folks and their values as partners in time. Not a book but a beat, it's the tune of our roots on their trail today.
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