By Edward P. Jones
Three years after the e-book of his much-heralded, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The recognized World, Edward P. Jones again with an elegiac, luminous masterpiece, All Aunt Hagar's Children. In those fourteen sweeping and stylish tales, Jones resurrects the minor characters in his first award-winning tale assortment, Lost within the City. the result's classic Jones: robust, magisterial stories that show off his skill to probe the complexities and tenaciousness of the human spirit.
All Aunt Hagar's Children is full of those who name Washington, D.C., domestic. but it's the city's usual electorate, no longer its strength agents, who such a lot trouble Jones. the following, daily those who inspiration the values of the South could maintain them within the North locate "that the unity born and nurtured within the south will be yet reminiscence in lower than generations."
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