The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman: A Novel

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Dial Press, 1971 - African American women - 245 pages
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Story of a black lady born into slavery on a Louisiana plantation, freed at the end of the Civil War, who lives for one-hundred more years.

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Classy author writing classic books! - Goodreads
really good book-easy read-hated the ending - Goodreads
The writing is very authentic as an oral history. - Goodreads

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There were many words of wisdom sprinkled throughout this book. Who cares that it's fiction? The author was very skilled at what he did. He made it believable. I can't help but compare it to the movie ... Read full review

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User Review  - Amy Stoltman - Goodreads

I read it after the miniseries came out. Don't remember too much about it Read full review

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