Summer Snow: Reflections from a Black Daughter of the South
Trudier Harris will tell you that African Americans who consider themselves Southern are about as rare as summer snow. But Harris has always embraced the South, and in Summer Snow she explores her experience as a black Southerner and how it has shaped her into the writer and intellectual she has become.
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In this collection of 17 essays, Harris (Saints, Sinners, Saviors: Strong Black Women in African American Literature) meditates on her upbringing in Tuscaloosa, AL, using her specific life experiences ... Read full review
My Mothers Creation
Would you go out with a white boy for five dollars?
PorchSitting as a Creative Southern Tradition
The Overweight Angel
Make a Joyful Noise
A Love of Expression
The Ubiquitous Hair
The Price of Desegregation
The Staying Power of Racism
Changes and Challenges