Book review cane river by lalita tademy

Summary and reviews of Cane River by Lalita Tademy, plus links to a book excerpt from Cane River and author biography of Lalita Tademy. Cane River (Oprah's Book Club) Mass Market Paperback February 1, 2005 by Lalita Tademy (Author) Buy a cheap copy of Cane River book by Lalita Tademy. Lalita Tademys riveting family saga chronicles four generations of women born into slavery along the Cane River in Louisiana. It is also a tale about the blurring Free shipping over 10.

Tademy's people are distinctive personalities, enough so to compensate for the slackening of narrative energy as the story moves into the 1930s. The result is a richly textured family saga that resonates with intelligence and empathy. Cane River Kindle edition by Lalita Tademy.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cane River. Cane River by Lalita Tademy Mingling historical fact with fiction, Lalita Tademy's epic novel is based on the lives of four generations of African American women and is the result of years of exhaustive research and an obsessive odyssey to Learn more about 'Cane River, ' an Oprah's Book Club selection.

OPRAH. COM. Cane River. By Lalita Tademy. Announced June 20, 2001 How to Write Your Own Review Describe the character development in Cane River. How does Lalita Tademy use language and imagery to bring the characters to life? 3. In your opinion, is the book Five generations and a hundred years in the life of a matriarchal black Louisiana family are encapsulated in this ambitious debut novel that is based in part upon the lives, as preserved in both histo Introduction.

Lalita Tademy was vice president of Sun Microsystems until she left corporate life to research the history of her family. The result of her twoyear search is Cane River, a novel which quickly became both a New York Times bestseller and an Oprah's Book Club selection. Cane River has 42, 698 ratings and 1, 937 reviews. Jaline said: One of the strongest parts of this book that stood out for me was the depth and breadth of Cane River is a novelization of stories Tademy gleaned from years of research about the generations of strong, dedicated, passionate and sometimes wrongheaded women who labored, in all senses of the word, through slavery and beyond.

The book begins with Elisabeth, who was sold from Virginia to Louisiana, and one of Tademy's many



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