The Women of Brewster Place Essay | The Men of South Minneapolis

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The Men of South Minneapolis

Summary: This was a personal literay analysis of "The Women of Brewster Place" by Gloria Naylor.
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"They were hard-edged, soft-centered, brutally demanding, and easily pleased, these women of Brewster Place" (Naylor 5). This is how Gloria Naylor describes the main characters of her novel, The Women of Brewster Place. Each woman's story is unique but also intertwines with the lives of each of the other women mentioned in the book. Their tales contain tragedy, hope, love, courage, strength and a whole slew of other emotions. Reading about these people brought me back to my summers at home in Minnesota. Not because I grew up in the projects or dealt with the kinds of things that these women did, but because my summer was spent playing the game I love with people who were much less fortunate than I. These guys were my teammates, my close friends, and between the months of May and September...

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