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The street

Author: Ann Petry; Tayari Jones
Publisher: Boston Mariner Books, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second Mariner Books editionView all editions and formats
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"The Street follows the spirited Lutie Johnson, a newly single mother whose efforts to claim a share of the American Dream for herself and her young son meet frustration at every turn in 1940s Harlem. Opening a fresh perspective on the realities and challenges of black, female, working-class life, The Street became the first novel by an African American woman to sell more than a million copies"
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als
Petry, Ann
The street
Boston : Mariner Books, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020
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(DLC)2019041656
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Petry; Tayari Jones
ISBN: 9780395901496 0395901499 9780358187547 0358187540
OCLC Number: 1245931082
Accession No: (DE-627)1677216328 (DE-599)KXP1677216328
Description: pages cm
Responsibility: Ann Petry ; introduction by Tayari Jones.

Abstract:

"The Street follows the spirited Lutie Johnson, a newly single mother whose efforts to claim a share of the American Dream for herself and her young son meet frustration at every turn in 1940s Harlem. Opening a fresh perspective on the realities and challenges of black, female, working-class life, The Street became the first novel by an African American woman to sell more than a million copies"

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