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Sep 5, 2016 2:00pm EDT
college of philadelphia and the one that they love the best is zora neale hurston and the china berry tree so if you would like one to start with, that would be a great one. there's also one entitled the three witches, okay? and that's a good one as well. i have copies at home.but yes, you can get them at any online bookstore so try to, thank you panelists. >> audience, there's always people in the audience who know as much if not more than the people on the panel. >> hi, my name is angeline. i just wanted to comment the fact that i've been in avid tran one reader and every time i read her life story i get very sad that she really lived a hard life. she suffered a lot. i know she had a breakdown with langston hughes and that white patrons, the effect they had on black literary frontage controlling the type of writing they were doing and that had a lot to do with removing back south, going to florida because she wanted really to write the kind of writing that she wanted to do. she didn't want the white literary world or the white patrons to influence the kind of writing that other blac
CSPAN
Aug 28, 2016 9:00am EDT
coursework, the one they love the best is zora neale hurston of the china berry tree. if you would like one to start with, that would be a great one. there is also when entitled the three which is and that is a good one as well. i have copies at home. you can hit them on any online bookstore. try to think the panelists. >> there are always people in the audience who know as much if not more than the panel. >> i just wanted to comment zora neale hurston reader and every time i read her life story i get very said that she lived a hard life, suffered a lot, she had a breakdown with langston hughes, the white patron had on black literary heritage controlling the type of writing the redoing of that had to do with her going to florida. to write the kind of writing she wanted to do. she didn't want the white patrons to influence the writings other black writers were influenced by. my point is she suffered as a result of her resistance. i don't know if anyone mentioned she was accused of child abuse, child neglect. she was acquitted, suffered a lot as a result of the accusation. she was discove
CSPAN
Sep 2, 2016 10:58pm EDT
amazing, to china turn your hand in -- you know it's a certain kind of sophistication and then it's all assign a primitiveness. but she also in another moment i shared with the students, she aligns on page 87, i think you should look this up. she says there's something about poverty that smells like death. dead dreams a watching on the heart like weeds in a dry season. and in the underground cave, the song men in sickly air, people can be sleeved shipped in huge. you know what i'm saying. that's a hurston breaking it down. whether she was a conservative republican, but also in that letter she talk for the first time and i think in a scholar who -- is so binary about her complex history, maybe intellectually, because she says it about i'm concerned with social justice, but there are no mourners. she knows that black folk are like, louis the fourteenth. on assignment. assignment. you can't buy me a black man who is not [inaudible] so there is a contradiction between between black people are and how we are treated. and so she does not want to go along with the moment of literature people w
CSPAN
Jul 30, 2016 1:27pm EDT
community college in philadelphia and the one they love the best is the china berry tree. if you would like one to start with, that would be a great one. there is also one titled the three whiches, that is a good one as well. i have copies at home. you could get them in any online bookstore so thank you, panelists. >> there are always people in the audience who know as much if not more than people on the panel. >> i -- every time i read the life story, i get very sad she lived a hard life, suffered a lot. and the affect white patrons had on black literary heritage controlling the type of writing, that had to do with her moving south, going to florida meaning she wanted to write the kind of writing she wanted to do, she didn't want the patriots to influence the kind of writings that others would instantly by. my point is she suffered as a result of her resistance. she suffered a hard life, she was accused of child abuse or child neglect, she was acquitted and she suffered a lot as a result of the accusation, the fact she was discovered and on public assistance for a long time and she su
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)