Breakin' Down the Walls

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Thomas Ryerson, 2008 - Fiction - 127 pages
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Breakin' Down the Walls is a fictional depiction of the triumphs and the struggles of women of color. Although it is a work of fiction, reality flows through each woman's story.In a provocative and passionate style, Cassandra Miller explores these women's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs in a language that is both raw and poetic. The frank sexual passages are not meant to simply shock but to add realism to the plight of women used by unfaithful men and counseled by confidants trapped in the same sad situations. The women's voices are strong and memorable.
 

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Contents

Meet Mr Murdock
3
A disturbance in the fog
23
The partys over
49
The day of reckoning
81
Part Two Summer 1888
115
Introducing Alicia Ann Murdock
117
A prelude to a sweet sixteen
143
Part Three August 111888
157
Apparition rising
159
A morning ride
179
Reverend Sweetwater
193
A dream or a memory?
219
Enter Colonel Bostwick
255
Part Four August 14 1888
281
A grand funeral
283
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