Black, Daniel

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Don’t Cry for Me

A deeply perceptive evocation of what it has meant to be a man and especially a Black man in the United States, all the more affecting for not being shouted out but told with quiet, sturdy intimacy.

Listen to the Lambs

This message-driven novel emphasizes how the homeless, specifically African American homeless people, are shunned in the United States. A family member ponders, "Homeless didn't mean non-American didn't it?" Black writes at length of spiritual trust with not-so-subtle religious undertones, but when Lazarus's trial begins, a series of implausible events occur. Still, readers of African American inspirational fiction will want this.

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