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The Changelings (Paperback)

Author:  Jo Sinclair Afterword:  Nellie McKay
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Learn more about The Changelings:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0935312404
ISBN-13: 9780935312409
Sku: 30393615
Publish Date: 4/11/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.5L x 1T
Pages:  360
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First published in 1955, The Changelings is a novel about a pair of stubborn adolescent girls who refuse to accept the racism and anti-Semitism of their respective communities. Their courage allows them to question and to cross over into the no-man''s land of segregated urban neighborhoods claimed most recently by Jews, but now-in the early fifties-needed by African Americans. Anzia Yeziersky, in the "New York Times," wrote that "in Judith, the author has created a portrait of a new kind of teenage gang leader, so imaginatively realized that she transcends mere realism."
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The turmoil that erupts when the first Blacks move into a Midwestern Jewish community of the 1950s is seen through the eyes of two teenage girls--one Jewish, one Black--who become friends amid the anger.
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A novel about two teenage girls--one Jewish, one African American--and their attempts to overcome the racism and anti-Semitism of their communities in 1950s America.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0360
Product attributePublisher:   Feminist Press
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