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Free download Cane River ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free A New York Times bestseller and Oprah's Book Club Pick the uniue and deeply moving saga of four generations of African American women whose journey from slavery to freedom begins on a Creole plantation in Louisiana Beginning with her great great great great grandmother a slave owned by a Creole family Lalita Tademy chronicles four generations of strong determined black women as they battle injustice to unite their family and forge success on their own term. What a gorgeous novel The key thing is is that this novel was based on Lalita Tademy s own family history She calls it fiction though because she had to elaborate and add rich detail to the simple stories she had been told of her grandmothers before herWhat shocked me most about this novel was that it was Tademy s first Her writing seems to reflect years and years of writing before her it flows so well and the language is so rich You can t criticize her characters because they are real even so she added layers on to them that just increased their likeabilityIt was funny because I didn t think I was going to like the fact that the book followed every generation closely I thought I would bond with Suzette and feel slight resentment when her daughter and granddaughters story came up but I didn t Somehow I loved it I loved it because the mothers and grandmothers weren t shoved to the side when the story switched focus which is further reflection on how Tademy s family thinks of their elders especially their grandmother sThis book is a surprisingly enjoyable novel and I d say if the story doesn t sound like something you would want to read give it a try anyway I really don t need to say too much about this novel because it doesn t need much Everything about it is great and really that s all I need to say The Hunt for the Golden Mole years of writing before her it flows so well and the language is so rich You can t criticize her characters because they are real even so she added layers on to them that just increased their likeabilityIt was funny because I didn t think I was going to like the fact that the book followed every generation closely I thought I would bond with Suzette and feel slight resentment when her daughter and granddaughters story came up but I didn t Somehow I loved it I loved it because the mothers and grandmothers weren t shoved to the side when the story switched focus which is further reflection on how Tademy s family thinks of their elders especially their grandmother sThis book is a surprisingly enjoyable novel and I d say if the story doesn t sound like something The Team you would want to read give it a try anyway I really don t need to say too much about this novel because it doesn t need much Everything about it is great and really that s all I need to say

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Free download Cane River ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free S They are women whose lives begin in slavery who weather the Civil War and who grapple with contradictions of emancipation Jim Crow and the pre Civil Rights South As she peels back layers of racial and cultural attitudes Tademy paints a remarkable picture of rural Louisiana and the resilient spirit of one unforgettable family There is Elisabeth who bears both a proud legacy and the yoke of bondage her youngest daughter Suzette who is the first to discover. I was a little cautious entering this book First off it s an Oprah book choice and those are generally a bit on the depressing side Secondly what I knew of the plot of the book was that it was about a family of women slaves during the Civil War erawhich could be depresing graphic etc I was pleasantly surprised by this book Granted some of the situations that happen to the family of women in the book are sad and make me frustrated that people were ever treated that way the overall tone of the book for me was one of hope These women hoped for a better future for their children They perservered through all of the hard times with hope in their hearts along with some other well deserved emotions Another pleasant surprise with this book is that it is not graphic there were plenty of times when some white master came to the slave women and the author could have let these situations be pretty awful but she didn t It was a relief to not have to cringe when I was reading The Longest Afternoon yoke of bondage her Glory Goals and Greed youngest daughter Suzette who is the first to discover. I was a little cautious entering this book First off it s an Oprah book choice and those are generally a bit on the depressing side Secondly what I knew of the plot of the book was that it was about a family of women slaves during the Civil War erawhich could be depresing graphic etc I was pleasantly surprised by this book Granted some of the situations that happen to the family of women in the book are sad and make me frustrated that people were ever treated that way the overall tone of the book for me was one of hope These women hoped for a better future for their children They perservered through all of the hard times with hope in their hearts along with some other well deserved emotions Another pleasant surprise with this book is that it is not graphic there were plenty of times when some white master came to the slave women and the author could have let these situations be pretty awful but she didn t It was a relief to not have to cringe when I was reading

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Free download Cane River ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The promise and heartbreak of freedom Suzette's strong willed daughter Philomene who uses a determination born of tragedy to reunite her family and gain unheard of economic independence and Emily Philomene's spirited daughter who fights to secure her children's just due and preserve their dignity and future Meticulously researched and beautifully written Cane River presents a slice of American history never before seen in such piercing and personal detail. Really not good Which I knew by around page 5 But I read all 500 pages to the end mostly because my next set of books from hadn t arrived yet Interesting story and concept but the writing is just stinky It s definitely got the vibe of I uit my job at Sun to write a fiction book The dialogue is really bad and the characters are just poorly developed even though they re real people


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    (E–pub READ) Cane River One of the strongest parts of this book that stood out for me was the depth and breadth of the characters particularly the women This novel is a fictional depiction of the author’s own family tree for six generations exclusively through the female line with one exception her grandfather The personalities and portrayals of all the people throughout this novel are so real that it felt like I personally knew each one of

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    Lalita Tademy é 5 review Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Lalita Tademy (E–pub READ) Cane River I should divulge that I formerly lived along Cane River the in town part and was given a free copy by our local National P

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    Lalita Tademy é 5 review Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Lalita Tademy Free read Cane River What a gorgeous novel The key thing is is that this novel was based on Lalita Tademy's own family history She calls it fiction though because s

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    Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Lalita Tademy (E–pub READ) Cane River If you are looking for historical fiction that focuses on the lives and struggles of African American women I highly recommend picking up Cane River Lalita Tademy has turned her family story into a fictionalized account of three generations

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    (E–pub READ) Cane River I was a little cautious entering this book First off it's an Oprah book choice and those are generally a bit on the depressing side Secondly what I knew of the plot of the book was that it was about a family of women slaves during the Civil War erawhich could be depresing graphic etc I was pleasantly surprised by this book Granted some of the situations that happen to the family of women in the book are sad and make me

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    Free read Cane River Lalita Tademy é 5 review Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Lalita Tademy A work of historical fiction focusing on the lives of 4 generations of women in Creole Louisiana from the slave woman matriarch brought to Cane River from Virginia in 1820 to the early 20th century with a brief epilogue in 1936 All but the first generation had children by white fathers one by force one by a coldly calculated relationship intended to benefit the children one by a long term loving relationship hampered b

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    Lalita Tademy é 5 review (E–pub READ) Cane River Cane River is an odd mix of fiction and non fiction and I'm not sure it entirely works It feels like trying to fi

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    (E–pub READ) Cane River Really not good Which I knew by around page 5 But I read all 500 pages to the end mostly because my next set of books from hadn't arrived yet Interesting story and concept but the writing is just stinky It's defini

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    Free read Cane River (E–pub READ) Cane River One of the best parts of being involved with a community of fellow readers is by discovering a book that you wouldn’t have known about otherwiseCane River is one of the best five star reads that I’ve read this year and it’s not only the writing of Lalita Tademy but the generational stories that are woven through this book and partly based on her own familyTold through generations of women from the Creole plantatio

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    (E–pub READ) Cane River Lalita Tademy é 5 review Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Lalita Tademy I come from two long lines of strong women They survived the hard life of settling in the mountains of Southwest Virginia the pain and loss of childbirth disease economic hardship the Depression the helplessness of dealing with alcoholism and many other tragedies and difficulties of life But none of them to my knowledge had to suffer the indignities of slavery Lalita Tademy's book Cane River tells in fictional form the

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  • Paperback
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  • Cane River
  • Lalita Tademy
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  • 28 February 2019
  • 9780446615884