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Selected Stories eBook #8608 A Selected Stories of Zora MOBI #224 delightful collection portraying the energy and dynamism of black culture includes the noted author's early works and. I love how Hurston is able to create such rich believable characters in so few words I can see myself and my neighbors in her characters even when they were only introduced a page ago The dialogue is so down to Earth and realistic The one problem I have with it is that the dialectic writing can be very difficult to understand I found that it helped me to read it out loud Hearing the words instead of just reading them helped the flow of the text and it helped me catch on to what she was trying to convey with certain spellings of words This is a great uick read full of beautiful writing and comments on humanity as a whole

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Follows her evolution into a literary genius and contains such stories as Muttsy Isis Spunk and These eight stories which Spunk The Epubinclude intense love stories stories of family. Great short stories The diverse settings from Eatonville to Damascus to Harlem was refreshingly surprising

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Relationships and insightful pictures of black life in the South were written between and The title story won The Selected Stories of Zora PDF several awards when it was published in. This is a compilation of Zora Neale Hurston s Their Eyes Were Watching Godfirst short stories If you don t want to read heavy southern dialect and are easily offended don t read this I loved it Her love of language brings you face to face with her characters From Isie Watts who literally dances her way out of trouble to Jelly cause Jam don t shake who is unsuccessfully trying to pimp himself out for his next meal you won t forget her characters


10 thoughts on “Spunk The Selected Stories of Zora Neale Hurston

  1. says:

    I think this collection of eight short stories is a great introduction to Zora Neale Hurston I loved the passion in these s

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    I'll be reviewing the title story; My introduction to Zora Neale Hurston Very effective use of symbolism and a sor

  3. says:

    I love how Hurston is able to create such rich believable characters in so few words I can see myself and my neighbors in her characters even when they were only introduced a page ago The dialogue is so down to Earth and realistic The one problem I have with it is that the dialectic writing can be very difficult to understand I fou

  4. says:

    I was assigned Zora Neal Hurston at some point in high school but I didn’t read her because I didn’t do anything anyone told me to do when I was in high school because I was ? an asshole In any event—this was lots of

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    A couple of these stories will trundle down the years the title story named for a big character in it and Sweat which can be called a feminist African American story rather like Hurston's Their Eyes In Sweat the female protagonist Delia has th

  6. says:

    Great short stories The diverse settings from Eatonville to Damascus to Harlem was refreshingly surprising

  7. says:

    It is said that Zora Neale Huston's work sparked one of the major literary revivals of our time especially among women writ

  8. says:

    This is a compilation of Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching Godfirst short stories If you don't want to read heavy southern dialect and are easily offended don't read this I loved it Her love of language brings you face to face with her characters From Isie Watts who literally dances her way out of trouble to Jelly cause Jam don't shake who is unsuccessfully trying to pimp himself out for his next meal you won't forget

  9. says:

    This is the only collection of Hurstons stories that I've found in stores so far I'd like to someday find her complete published stories becaus

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    A collection of eight of Zora Neale Hurston’s short stories spanning from 1925 1942 In all of the stories I loved her use of language and dialect the glossary towards the end was entertaining; some I knew as are now common some I guessed some I wouldn’t have a clueMy favourite was “Sweat” primarily because it was a good look at revenge and justice I also liked “The Gilded Six Bits” which looks at