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GREAT BOOKS FOUNDATION.JACKSON,Shirley; FOX,Paula; SOTO,GARY; JARRELL,Randall

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Item Description: Great Books Foundation Pub, Chicago, 1992. 1st ptg". YOUNG,Boy&Panther cover art (illustrator). 1st Edition". fiction 6x9" Paper Covers 202pg collection of short stories.anthology GOOD Condition. first 50 pages underlined,hilited.Name ep. Bookseller Inventory # MAIN023645I

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Shirley Gordon Jackson

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon

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Item Description: Texas Tech University Press, 2008. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: An intimate portrait of the multiethnic family and challenging circumstances in which Charles Gordone, first African American recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, was raised in Elkhart, Indiana. * * * * * * * * What happens when even the family color compass compounds the burdens of childhood? Before playwright Charles Gordone became a Texan, he became the first African American to win a Pulitzer Prize for drama, for No Place to Be Somebody. Now, in her family memoir, Gordone's younger sister Shirley covers the years prior to his geographical and psychological journey west, an Indiana childhood that deeply informed his pilgrimage. "Here is the drama that permeates not just the lives of blacks who grow up among whites but of countless blacks who find themselves living and working between worlds. Fanon refers to this as #145;certain uncertainty,' Du Bois calls it #145;double consciousness,' Bernard Bell refers to it as #145;socialized ambivalence, Homi Bhabha and Stuart Hall call it #145;living in the interstices.' Whatever we call it, this unbelongingness is a painful liminal space--destabilizing terrain. Jackson captures the essence of being stuck in the middle. The schism she reveals in her community resonates in other underrepresented groups. Jackson gives voice to people everywhere who have ever felt invisible and different." -- playwright Elizabeth Brown-Guillory, author of When the Ancestors Call and The Break of Day "Both Shirley and Charles are real and as recognizable as the drumbeat of Africa and the melodies of a Beethoven sonata, or, more precisely put, the New World Symphony of Dvork." --Maceo C. Dailey, Jr., from the introduction. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0896726355

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon.

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon

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Item Description: Texas Tech Univ Press, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A., 2008. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine, New. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, New. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Biography of early life of Gordone, African American playwrite who won Pulitizer Prize for drama. New Book. Guaranteed satisfaction; booksellers since 1982. Bookseller Inventory # 001338

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon.

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Item Description: Texas Tech University Press,, Lubbock:, 2008. 1st edition, Brown cloth, 245 pages. This book is in excellent shape, clean & bright, with sharp corners and a tight binding. Hardcover. Near Fine, Dust Jacket Near Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 239850

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Shirley Gordon Jackson; Introduction-Maceo C. Dailey Jr.

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon

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Item Description: Texas Tech University Press, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: An intimate portrait of the multiethnic family and challenging circumstances in which Charles Gordone, first African American recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, was raised in Elkhart, Indiana. * * * * * * * * What happens when even the family color compass compounds the burdens of childhood? Before playwright Charles Gordone became a Texan, he became the first African American to win a Pulitzer Prize for drama, for No Place to Be Somebody. Now, in her family memoir, Gordone's younger sister Shirley covers the years prior to his geographical and psychological journey west, an Indiana childhood that deeply informed his pilgrimage. "Here is the drama that permeates not just the lives of blacks who grow up among whites but of countless blacks who find themselves living and working between worlds. Fanon refers to this as #145;certain uncertainty,' Du Bois calls it #145;double consciousness,' Bernard Bell refers to it as #145;socialized ambivalence, Homi Bhabha and Stuart Hall call it #145;living in the interstices.' Whatever we call it, this unbelongingness is a painful liminal space--destabilizing terrain. Jackson captures the essence of being stuck in the middle. The schism she reveals in her community resonates in other underrepresented groups. Jackson gives voice to people everywhere who have ever felt invisible and different." -- playwright Elizabeth Brown-Guillory, author of When the Ancestors Call and The Break of Day "Both Shirley and Charles are real and as recognizable as the drumbeat of Africa and the melodies of a Beethoven sonata, or, more precisely put, the New World Symphony of Dvork." --Maceo C. Dailey, Jr., from the introduction. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0896726355

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Shirley Gordon Jackson

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon

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Item Description: Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, 2008. xxvi, 245p., b/w illus., dj. Bookseller Inventory # 026644

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Jackson, Shirley

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Jackson, Shirley

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Item Description: Creative Co (Sd), 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good/Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: Good Plus. Very Good/Good Plus Condition used hardcover book titled Charles by Shirley Jackson. CONDITION NOTES: Pages are unmarked, clean, crisp. Solid tight binding. Black cloth boards show square corners with minor storage and wear including uneven black color. Dustjacket back shows several manufacture wrinkles and light sticker stain. We have added a clear Brodart cover over the dustjacket. Publisher summary: Laurie's mother becomes concerned when he returns home each day from kindergarten with stories about a mischievous classmate named Charles. Accelerated Reader AR 3.7. Mankato MN: Creative Education, Inc., 1991. Reprint edition. 6.25 x 8.75 inches, 18 cm. Bookseller Inventory # 011446

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Shirley Gordon Jackson, Maceo C. Dailey Jr. (Introduction)

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Shirley Gordon Jackson

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Item Description: Texas Tech Press,U.S., United States, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 234 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Before playwright Charles Gordone (19251995) became a Texan, he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, for No Place to Be Somebody , in 1970. His search for a home in the West led him in 1987 to Texas AM University, where he taught playwriting for the last nine years of his life, and to an influential role in the Cowboy Renaissance of the 1990s. Much as Mary Austin saw the West as a place without gender, Gordone regarded Texas as a place without race, where the need for neighbourly connections outweighed discriminatory urges. A Place to Be Someone covers the years prior to this geographical and psychological journey, the childhood and youth that deeply informed Gordones pilgrimage. Growing up in Elkhart, Indiana, a free northern town, Charles Gordone and his family never fit completely into commonly understood racial categories. Elkhart and the world labeled them black, ignoring the rest of their multiracial and multiethnic heritage. Their familial experiences shaped not only their identities but also their perceptions. For Gordone, childhood was the beginning of a lifelong battle against labels, and this memoir shows many of the reasons why. Written by his younger sister Shirley, who recognized that her brother had spent his whole life coming home to Texas, this revealing family memoir will be welcomed by Gordone scholars and those in African American drama and literature, American studies, womens studies, and history and by any reader young or old who seeks to understand the forces and consequences of discrimination and mental and physical abuse. The sole surviving sibling, Shirley Gordon Jackson tells this story with the intimacy and immediacy it demands. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780896726352

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Shirley Gordon Jackson

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Item Description: Texas Tech Press,U.S., United States, 2008. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 234 x 160 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Before playwright Charles Gordone (19251995) became a Texan, he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, for No Place to Be Somebody , in 1970. His search for a home in the West led him in 1987 to Texas AM University, where he taught playwriting for the last nine years of his life, and to an influential role in the Cowboy Renaissance of the 1990s. Much as Mary Austin saw the West as a place without gender, Gordone regarded Texas as a place without race, where the need for neighbourly connections outweighed discriminatory urges. A Place to Be Someone covers the years prior to this geographical and psychological journey, the childhood and youth that deeply informed Gordones pilgrimage. Growing up in Elkhart, Indiana, a free northern town, Charles Gordone and his family never fit completely into commonly understood racial categories. Elkhart and the world labeled them black, ignoring the rest of their multiracial and multiethnic heritage. Their familial experiences shaped not only their identities but also their perceptions. For Gordone, childhood was the beginning of a lifelong battle against labels, and this memoir shows many of the reasons why. Written by his younger sister Shirley, who recognized that her brother had spent his whole life coming home to Texas, this revealing family memoir will be welcomed by Gordone scholars and those in African American drama and literature, American studies, womens studies, and history and by any reader young or old who seeks to understand the forces and consequences of discrimination and mental and physical abuse. The sole surviving sibling, Shirley Gordon Jackson tells this story with the intimacy and immediacy it demands. Bookseller Inventory # AAN9780896726352

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Shirley Gordon Jackson, Maceo C. Dailey

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Item Description: Texas Tech Press,U.S. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, A Place to be Someone: Growing Up with Charles Gordone, Shirley Gordon Jackson, Maceo C. Dailey, Before playwright Charles Gordone (19251995) became a Texan, he became the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, for "No Place to Be Somebody", in 1970. His search for a home in the West led him in 1987 to Texas A&M University, where he taught playwriting for the last nine years of his life, and to an influential role in the Cowboy Renaissance of the 1990s. Much as Mary Austin saw the West as a place without gender, Gordone regarded Texas as a place without race, where the need for neighbourly connections outweighed discriminatory urges. "A Place to Be Someone" covers the years prior to this geographical and psychological journey, the childhood and youth that deeply informed Gordones pilgrimage. Growing up in Elkhart, Indiana, a free northern town, Charles Gordone and his family never fit completely into commonly understood racial categories. Elkhart and the world labeled them black, ignoring the rest of their multiracial and multiethnic heritage. Their familial experiences shaped not only their identities but also their perceptions. For Gordone, childhood was the beginning of a lifelong battle against labels, and this memoir shows many of the reasons why. Written by his younger sister Shirley, who recognized that her brother had spent his whole life coming home to Texas, this revealing family memoir will be welcomed by Gordone scholars and those in African American drama and literature, American studies, womens studies, and history and by any reader young or old who seeks to understand the forces and consequences of discrimination and mental and physical abuse. The sole surviving sibling, Shirley Gordon Jackson tells this story with the intimacy and immediacy it demands. Bookseller Inventory # B9780896726352

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Jackson, Shirley

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Jackson, Shirley Gordon

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Jackson, Shirley

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