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Thadious M. Davis is G. C. Vanderbilt Professor of English at Vanderbilt University, the author of an acclaimed biography of Nella Larsen, and the editor of Larsen’s Quicksand for Penguin Classics.
Thadious M. Davis is G. C. Vanderbilt Professor of English at Vanderbilt University, the author of an acclaimed biography of Nella Larsen, and the editor of Larsen’s Quicksand for Penguin Classics.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Incredibly dislikable central character. And hard to determine very clearly view narrator would have us take of her. Read morePublished 4 days ago by tooth fairy
It was terribly difficult to understand the motivations of protagonist Helga Crane; however, the novel kept my attention. The ending was rather abrupt and startling. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Filomina
Okay, in all fairness, I think I only dislike it because I was forced to read it for a college course. Maybe years from now I will reread it and enjoy it.Published 6 months ago by Teresa Thomas
Loved the way it was written! This most certainly be considered as required reading. It was a really honest book.Published 8 months ago by Jessica M
This tale tells of a young, intelligent young woman who either seems to have a bad stroke of luck or a deeply flawed judgement system.Published 8 months ago by workhardlivesustainably
although beautifully written this is a depressing and aggravating story about a shallow and self centered woman who does not experience true growth. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Leonora A. Perry
Basically she is trapped in herself - It was written in 1928, so it was quite shocking at the time I imagine. Historically worth the read -Published 19 months ago by Lorraine A. Davis