The critical response to Ann Petry.0313322821
The critical response to Ann Petry Ann Petry (born October 12 1908, died April 28 1997) was an African American author.
Ann Lane was born as the younger of the two daughters to Peter and Bertha Clark in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. Her parents belonged to the Black minority of the small town. .
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Containing reprints of 16 book reviews and 26 articles, this collection examines the responses of critics to the novels of Chicago Renaissance writer Ann Petry (1908-1997). Ervin (English, Morehouse College Morehouse College: see Atlanta Univ. Center.
Private, historically black, men's liberal arts college in Atlanta, Ga. It was founded as the Augusta Institute, a seminary, in 1867 and renamed in 1913 in honour of Henry L. ) provides background information on Petry's life and career in the introduction. The reviews and articles are then grouped chronologically according to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the order of the novels' publication: The Street, followed by Country Place and The Narrows. The volume also features a chronology and a select bibliography of articles, book reviews, and books.
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