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Author: George C. Wolfe,Zora Neale Hurston
ISBN13: 978-0822217558
Title: Spunk: Three Tales
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Publisher: Dramatist's Play Service (January 1, 1995)

Spunk: Three Tales by George C. Wolfe,Zora Neale Hurston



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By Zora Neale Hurston, George C. Wolfe. Author: Zora Neale Hurston. Adaptation:George C. Publisher: Theatre Communications Group. Published: January 1993. ISBN-13: 9781559360241.

Two by George C. Wolfe: The colored museum & Spunk : three tales by Zora Neale Hurston, adapted by George C. George C. Wolfe, Zora Neale Hurston, Chic Street Man. Fireside Theatre, 1991 - 132 sivua. Mitä ihmiset sanovat - Kirjoita arvostelu. Yhtään arvostelua ei löytynyt.

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Published 1991 by Fireside Theatre in Garden City, . Music for Spunk by Chic Street Man. Other Titles. 2 by George C. 132 p. : Number of pages.

ZORA NEALE HURSTON’S HOMETOWN: EATONVILLE, FL Zora Neale Hurston was born in Notasulga, Alabama on January 7, 1891 to John Hurston, a carpenter and Baptist preacher, and Lucy Potts Hurston, a former schoolteacher, Despite her birthplace, Hurston always referred Eatonville, Florida, where her family moved shortly after her birth, as her hometown. ABOUT THE ADAPTOR: GEORGE C. WOLFE (1954 – ) George C. Wolfe George C. Wolfe was born in Frankfort, Kentucky, the son of Anna, an educator, and Costello, a government clerk. Why or why not?  Zora Neale Hurston began her career as a sociologist. How does her work as an author and storyteller relate to this early academic background?  The slang terms used in Spunk are different than those used today. What role does slang play in the characters’ interactions with one another?

from "Spunk," by Zora Neale Hurston. Spunk" tells a supernatural tale of African-American folklife, the story of a "fearless, fightin' and hard-livin' man, who rides the circle saw at the local sawmill. Joe represents the underclass subject matter of her work. Lena symbolizes the praised power and reward of publication. Hurston, perhaps more than any other African-American writer, has "tussled" with the portrayals of her race and the common "Joe. A few years after the publication of "Spunk," in a letter to her patron, Hurston stated: "I shall wrassle me up a future or die trying. In the last few years of her life much of her work was already out of print and many of her ideas were out of favor

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Reviews: 4
Asher
This is such a beautiful compilation. Zora is my favorite author and she never fails to excite my imagination. These are some of her best stories (I have read pretty much all of her published works).
cyrexoff
Like it. It's a great book.
JUST DO IT
The book came with highlighting and marking all over it. Did not say that in the description, had I know I would not have bought it.
Bladebringer
The short stories contained in this book reflect the manifold talents of Zora Neale Hurston as a fiction writer. Hurston knew her subject matter inside and out, whether it be the poor African American communities of Florida or Harlem during the "Renaissance." She blends folklore and keen observations with her anthropological knowledge to create stories that seem like little pieces of real life. In stories like "Spunk," "Isis" and "Sweat," she heralds her brilliant novels such as "Their Eyes Were Watching God" and "Jonah's Gourd Vine." Hurston's mastery of biblical themes and styles is reflected in "Book of Harlem" and "Herod on Trial" (in the appendix), a skill she would later put to use in her masterpiece "Moses, Man of the Mountain." Also, in almost all of the stories, the dialogue is authentic and very fun to read.