Brown Girl, Brownstones


"Remarkable for its colorful characters, the cadence of its dialogue and its evocation of a still-lingering past." — New York Times Book Review[3]

"Marshall brings to her characters ... an instinctive understanding, a generosity and free humor that combine to form a style remarkable for its courage, its color, and its natural control." — The New Yorker[3]

"An unforgettable novel written with pride and anger, with rebellion and tears." — New York Herald Tribune[3]

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