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All Aunt Hagar"s Children

Edward P. Jones

All Aunt Hagar"s Children

by Edward P. Jones

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Sound Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Short Stories (single author),
  • Unabridged Audio - Fiction/General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPeter Francis James (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMP3 CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11153043M
    ISBN 100792745558
    ISBN 109780792745556
    OCLC/WorldCa71303479

    Get this from a library! All Aunt Hagar's children. [Edward P Jones] -- A collection of fourteen short stories is set in Washington, D.C., and follows morally complex characters caught between the old ways of the South and the temptations of modern city life. Read free book excerpt from All Aunt Hagar's Children by Edward P. Jones, page 1 of 2.

      Edward P. Jones’ novel The Known World has been on my radar for a long time, but for the blogging event, Diversiverse, I decided to pick up his second book of short stories, All Aunt Hagar’s Children. The fourteen stories in this book all revolve around African-Americans living in and around Washington D.C. The first story takes place in. Three years after the publication of his much-heralded, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Known World, Edward P. Jones returned with an elegiac, luminous masterpiece, All Aunt Hagar's these fourteen sweeping and sublime stories, Jones resurrects the minor characters in his first award-winning story collection, Lost in the result is vintage Jones: powerful, /5(22).

      All Aunt Hagar's Children By Jennifer Reese Updated Aug AMAuthor: Jennifer Reese.   The book’s narrative force is so steady and unerring that it reads as though it was not so much written as engraved in stone. “Lost in the City” and “All Aunt Hagar’s Children.


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by Edward P. Jones. Comprising fourteen stories, the book focuses primarily on the lives of African-American residents of “The District,” and the experiences of those who are adjacent to the political powerhouse of the nation, and yet have few rights.

All Aunt Hagar's Children turns an unflinching eye to the men, women, and children caught between the old ways of the South and the temptations that await them further north, people who in Jones's masterful hands, emerge as fully human and morally complex, whether they are country folk used to getting up with the chickens or people with centuries of education behind /5(44).

Three years after the publication of his much-heralded, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Known World, Edward P. Jones returned with an elegiac, luminous masterpiece, All Aunt Hagar's these fourteen sweeping and sublime stories, Jones resurrects the minor characters in his first award-winning story collection, Lost in the result is 4/4(14).

There is a regrettably short excerpt from All Aunt Hagar's Children at BookBrowse, but here are links to three complete short stories, originally published in The New Yorker: Bad Neighbors A Rich Man Old Boys and Old Girls. Did you know. Edward P Jones has dedicated all three of his books to his mother, Jeanette.

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Jones. All Aunt Hagars Children by Edward P Jones available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. The Pulitzer Prize winner for fiction returns with a collection of 14 short stories.

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Edward P. Jones published an earlier book of fourteen short stories, Lost in the City, in Like All Aunt Hagar’s Children, its stories are mostly set in “the District” as the region’s. Word for Word's next production will be on Z Space's Main Stage, Nov 16 - Dec All Aunt Hagar's Children by Edward P.

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I thought of this recently when I reread Edward P. Jones’s short-story collection All Aunt Hagar’s Children. That book has taught me—for eventually I gave up drawing and became a fiction writer—an enormous amount about how to try to capture human complexity and give every character her due. All Aunt Hagar's Children turns an unflinching eye to the men, women, and children caught between the old ways of the South and the temptations that await them further north, people who in Jones' masterful hands, emerge as fully human and morally complex, whether they are country folk used to getting up with the chickens or people with.stories titled All Aunt Hagar's Children.

From the onset, this masterpiece brilliantly weaves tales fit for man, woman and child alike, although they are complex at times. Set in Washington, D.C., the book portrays the nation's capital as a place where you will find solace through circumstances and events that may actually lead to saving someone's life.ALL AUNT HAGAR’S CHILDREN Edward P.

Jones To my sister Eunice Ann Mary Jones-Washington and to the multitudes who came up out of the South for something better, something different, and, again, to the memory of my mother, Jeanette S. M. Jones, who came as well and found far less than even the little she dared hope for CONTENTS In the Blink of 4/5(32).