Disappearing Acts

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Washington Square Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Fiction - 384 pages
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When Franklin, a young construction worker, meets Zora, a struggling singer from Ohio, neither is certain they can make the sacrifices and commitments needed to build love.

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User Review  - janiereader - LibraryThing

An urban love story featuring Zora (a teacher) and Franklin (a construction worker) who happens to be a not-quite-yet divorced father of two. Similar to other titles by McMillan, it offers a cute ... Read full review

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By the author of Mama (LJ 1/15/87), this second novel is a boy-meets-girl story from the black perspective. Franklin is an on-again, off-again construction worker trying to get his life on a firmer ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Terry McMillan was born in Port Huron, Michigan on October 18, 1951. She received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley in 1986, studied film at Columbia University, and enrolled in the Harlem Writer's Guild. Her books include Disappearing Acts, Mama, A Day Late and a Dollar Short, The Interruption of Everything, and Getting to Happy. Her books Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back were adapted as major motion pictures.

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