Additional Resources for The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor

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Michael Awkward, "Authorial Dreams of Wholeness: (Dis)Unity, (Literary) Parentage, and The Women of Brewster Place," in Gloria Naylor: Critical Perspectives Past and Present, edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr and K.A, Appiah, Amistad Press, 1993, pp. 37-70.

Discusses Naylor's literary heritage and her use of and divergence from her literary roots.

Julia Boyd, In the Company of My Sisters: Black Women and Self Esteem, Plume, 1997.

Explores interracial relationships, bi-and gay sexuality in the black community, and black women's lives through a study of the roles played by both black and white families Boyd offers guidelines for growth in a difficult world

Children of the Night, The Best Short Stones by Black Writers, 1967 to the Present, edited by Gloria Naylor and Bill Phillips, Little Brown, 1997.

An anthology of stories that relate to the black experience, The four sections cover such subjects as slavery, changing times...

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