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by Paule Marshall

semi-autobiographical novel

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“Oral Tutelage” and the Figure of Literacy: Paule Marshall’s Brown Girl, Brownstones and Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God
This essay explores the role of mothers as symbols of oral cultures vs. daughters as figures of literacy in the two works.
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Biman Basu
From: MELUS Spring, 1999
Paule Marshall’s ‘Brown Girl, Brownstones’: reconciling ethnicity and individualism
“African American woman author Paule Marshall’s semi-autobiographical novel ‘Brown Girl, Brownstones’ takes a harsh view of the coercive nature of identity.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Martin Japtok
From: African American Review Summer, 1998

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