Zora and me : the cursed ground
Zora and me : the cursed ground

Simon, T. R. (Tanya R.) author.


1st ed.

Physical Description
250 pages ; 20 cm.

Zora and me ;

Personal Subject
Hurston, Zora Neale-Childhood and youth-Fiction.

Subject Term
African American girls -- Fiction.
Slaves -- United States -- Fiction.
Race relations -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
Eatonville (Fla.) -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.

Historical fiction.
Biographical fiction.

When Zora Neale Hurston and her best friend, Carrie Brown, discover that the town mute can speak after all, they think they've uncovered a big secret. But Mr. Polk's silence is just one piece of a larger puzzle that stretches back half a century to the tragic story of an enslaved girl named Lucia. As Zora's curiosity leads a reluctant Carrie deeper into the mystery, the story unfolds through alternating narratives. Lucia's struggle for freedom resonates through the years, threatening the future of America's first incorporated black township -- the hometown of author Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960). In a riveting coming-of-age tale, award-winning author T. R. Simon champions the strength of a people to stand up for justice.

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