WITHOUT MAGNOLIAS by Bucklin Moon

WITHOUT MAGNOLIAS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A difficult book to report for young adults- so see long report P. 116. Definitely a presentation of the tensions motivating the Negro psychology in the deep south is of vital interest to alert young people. This is a good story as well, the story of a Negro family of considerable standing, of a Negro college and some of its staff, of labor unions, relations of white and black, the human and social issues in a problem that is not wholly economic. There is adventure and romance and three dimensional characterizations.

Pub Date: April 7th, 1949
Publisher: Doubleday