Trouble No More

Trouble No More Second Edition of Anthony Groom s award winning collection of short stories Trouble No More set throughout the American South presents stories that engage with history politics class race child

  • Title: Trouble No More
  • Author: Anthony Grooms
  • ISBN: 9781933483054
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Second Edition of Anthony Groom s award winning collection of short stories, Trouble No More, set throughout the American South, presents stories that engage with history, politics, class, race, childhood, and life They are the personal and public troubles of the African American middle class These stories are about families, intact and estranged, about ordinary lives inSecond Edition of Anthony Groom s award winning collection of short stories, Trouble No More, set throughout the American South, presents stories that engage with history, politics, class, race, childhood, and life They are the personal and public troubles of the African American middle class These stories are about families, intact and estranged, about ordinary lives in extraordinary times.

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    1 thought on “Trouble No More”

    1. Another book that made me aware of how valuable short stories are. More than any other African American fiction I've read, this book took me into the heart of the civil rights struggle and made me intensely aware of the many conflicting thoughts and feelings driving everyday choices for people in the black community at the time. If you haven't read Tony Grooms, you are missing out on a gem!

    2. Short stories from this book will make their way into the canon. I have the sinking feeling Tony Grooms may not be properly appreciated in his own time.

    3. There are some great stories in this collection. "Jack and Jill" is one I will likely use in the literature courses I teach.

    4. I read this some time ago. One of the stories that got me was the one with the two ladies on front that were trying to intergrate a little restaurant, but the lady there serving them was just as powerless to do anything for them as well. I could see the tug of war between both of parties and the outcome of the story. Interesting book.

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