Oreo

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Greyfalcon House, 1974 - Fiction - 212 pages
This uproariously funny satire about relations between African Americans and Jews is as fresh and outrageous today as when it was first published in 1974.

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User Review  - anderlawlor - LibraryThing

This is totally one of those hidden-from-history books. Fran Ross was an experimental fiction writer who also wrote material for Richard Pryor. This book hangs its narrative on the Theseus story, and ... Read full review

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User Review  - okrysmastree - LibraryThing

This one is satirical, something I'd compare most closely to John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces. Young Christine (Oreo) is born to an African American woman and a Jewish American man (whose ... Read full review

Contents

Mishpocheh
3
The Cube and the Pip
11
Helen ic Letters
23
Copyright

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