In his highly-acclaimed volume of 14 stories, "All Aunt Hagar's Children", Edward P. Jones draws portraits of African Americans who have migrated from the South to Washington D.C. The stories are set ... Read More
When I read The Known World, Edward P. Jones' novel about black slaveowners, I was impressed - and even more so when it turned out he hadn't done reams of research for it. He'd imagined the world.. ... Read More
Edward P. Jones' novel The Known World complicates the reader's knowledge of the "peculiar institution" of slavery by focusing in part upon the relationship between black slaveowners and their slaves ... Read More
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