Aug 26, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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A short novel telling the story of Frank Money, a 24-year-old Korean War veteran embarking on a reluctant journey home. But where -- and what -- is home? Leah Cohen's review in the New York Times suggests that part of Toni Morrison's greatness as a novelist lies in her ability to animate specific stories about the black experience and simultaneously speak to all experience. She makes us feel we make us feel that "we are each not only resident but co-owner of, and collectively accountable for, this land we call home."
A fine choice for Carolina's incoming freshman class and fo all of us in the Book Lovers Club at Flyleaf!!