Celebrating Hotchclaw

Alice Walker The Color Purple wrote of Loving Her In its exploration of a daring subject boldly shared I think the novel.enables us to see and understand, perhaps for the first time, the choices certain women have made about how they will live their lives it offers the reader an opportunity to develop a new way of seeing and caring Now, from the author of thatAlice Walker The Color Purple wrote of Loving Her In its exploration of a daring subject boldly shared I think the novel.enables us to see and understand, perhaps for the first time, the choices certain women have made about how they will live their lives it offers the reader an opportunity to develop a new way of seeing and caring Now, from the author of that 1974 classic comes a contemporary new novel Celebrating Hotchclaw Hotchclaw is an HBC Historically Black College a survivor among the many small southern colleges that came into being after slavery to promote higher education for Black students in an era of segregation Although struggling with financial difficulties, Hotchclaw is ready to celebrate its one hundredth anniversary But under the surface of the jubilation and pride there are internal conflicts professional, psychological and sexual among the president and faculty And, a shocking discovery about one of Hotchclaw s most admired faculty members adds sparks to the flames that set off a maze of entanglements reaching to a predominantly white northern university Ann Allen Shockley, with her dramatic sense and characteristic humor has crafted a vibrant novel that draws the reader to the characters, their rising tensions and the very real world she has created Happy Anniversary Hotchclaw it s a wild party
Celebrating Hotchclaw Alice Walker The Color Purple wrote of Loving Her In its exploration of a daring subject boldly shared I think the novel enables us to see and understand perhaps for the first time the choices certa

  • Title: Celebrating Hotchclaw
  • Author: Ann Allen Shockley
  • ISBN: 9780964664876
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Celebrating Hotchclaw”

    1. Great portrait of a mythical southern HBCU. Delightful characters. Great contemporary queer politics. And Freewoman Black just rocks.

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