[Epub] ↠ A Wilderness of Vines Author Hal Bennett – Instaposter.us

A Wilderness of Vines The Story Opens In 1919 As Janus Manning Rescues Neva Stapleton From The Orphanage By Taking Her As His Bride Both Characters Are The Product Of Bi Racial Parents And, By Virtue Of The Lightness Of Their Skin, Place Themselves Above Their Darker Skinned Neighbors In Town Establishing The Characters Obsession With Whiteness As The Embodiment Of All That Is Good, Bennett Goes To Great Lengths To Show How The Effects Of Racism Have Infiltrated The Community, Creating An Atmosphere Of Systemic Self Loathing Where The Town S Inhabitants Are Just As Prejudiced Against Black People As Some Of You White People Are Internalized Hatred Is Passed On Through The Generations, Creating A Powder Keg Of Hostility That Literally Explodes At The End Of The Novel.

George Harold Hal Bennett 1936 2004 , 1 2 was an author known for a variety of books His 1974 novel Lord of Dark Places was described as a satirical and all but scatological attack on the phallic myth , 3 and was reprinted in 1997 He was Playboy s most promising writer of the year 1 He has also written under the pen names Harriet Janeway and John D Revere the Assassin series His

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