- Author:Shirley Ann Grau
- Publisher:Alfred A. Knopf; 1st edition (1971)
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Shirley Ann Grau (b. 1929) is a Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist of nine novels and short story collections, whose work is set primarily in her native South
Shirley Ann Grau (b. 1929) is a Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist of nine novels and short story collections, whose work is set primarily in her native South. Grau was raised in Alabama and Louisiana, and many of her novels document the broad social changes of the Deep South during the twentieth century, particularly as they affected African Americans.
Shirley Ann Grau (born July 8, 1929) is an American writer. She was born in New Orleans, and her work is set primarily in the Deep South and explores issues of race and gender. She lived during much of her childhood in and around Montgomery and Selma, Alabama with her mother. She graduated in 1950 Phi Sigma Kappa with a ., from Newcomb College, the women's coordinate college of Tulane University. Her collection of stories, The Black Prince, was nominated for the National Book Award in 1956.
Grau’s riveting story of one man’s rise to power in New Orleans - and the mystery, joy, sorrow, love, and death . The Condor Passes is a simmering dynastic saga of three generations colliding in their battle to control an empire. xx. Similar torrents.
Grau’s riveting story of one man’s rise to power in New Orleans - and the mystery, joy, sorrow, love, and death that shape his extraordinary life. Like many people in tury New Orleans, Thomas Henry Oliver came to the city to escape a dull life - in his case, a childhood in the backwoods of the Midwest.
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Grau's remarkable story of a black mother and daughter struggling to find their own paths through the tumult of the Great Depression and the civil rights movementThere are few circumstances worse than being an orphaned, homeless, African American child in the South during the Great Depression. But when Nanda is accepted into an elite school on the East Coast, Mary finds she can't keep some of the world's cruel realities at bay forever. Told from the perspective of both mother and daughter, Roadwalkers is the story of a special bond forged by savage history, and a tale of extraordinary loyalty and sacrifice. This ebook features an illustrated. Books related to The Condor Passes. Religion and the Decline of Magic.
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The Condor Passes is the epic saga of a wealthy but troubled Louisiana family
The Condor Passes is the epic saga of a wealthy but troubled Louisiana family. In it, the lives of key family members are laid bare as the years and decades go by. Ninety-five year old Thomas Henry Oliver is the patriarch of the clan.