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ISBN:1879960036
Author: Cherry Muhanji
ISBN13: 978-1879960039
Title: Her
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Aunt Lute Books (January 1, 1995)
Pages: 220

Her by Cherry Muhanji



Cherry Muhanji is the pen name of Jannette Washington (born April 26, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan), an American writer. She is best known for her novel Her, which won a Ferro-Grumley Award and a Lambda Literary Award in 1991, and the anthology Tight Spaces, which she copublished with Kesho Y. Scott and Egyirba High and which won an American Book Award in 1988. She has also published poetry and short Cherry Muhanji is the pen name of Jannette Washington (born April 26, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan), an American writer.

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Cherry Muhanji is the pen name of Jeannette Delaine Washington (born April 26, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan), an American writer. She has also published poetry and short stories in literary magazines and anthologies and is currently working on a memoir.

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Jeannette Cherry Muhanji grew up in Detroit, Michigan where she married at nineteen (later marrying a second time), mothered four sons (Abram, Wardene, David and Tracy), and spent eighteen years working for the phone company. She began her formal education in 1985 at the age of forty-six, entering the University of Iowa as an undergraduate. After earning her BS in General Studies, Muhanji went on to earn an MA from the African American World Studies Program, followed by an Interdisciplinary PhD in 1997 with a focus on English, African American Studies and Anthropology. Muhanji's first book Tight Spaces (1987) was co-authored with her niece Kesho Scott (also a University of Iowa alumna) and their friend Egyirba High. The work which Muhanji has referred to as "the family laundry," began as Muhanji's response to an essay written by Scott at a time when the two were estranged. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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A novel of Detroit in the late fifties and sixties explores the lives of the Black men and women who came north to work at the Ford Motor plant, and the relationships that develop between Black women
Reviews: 4
Invissibale
Cherry Muhanji is a brilliant writer! She is one of those sleeper writers that people should read more. This is one of her first novels. Tight Spaces is also amazing.
Bedy
This book was better and worse than I expected. I did like the variety of perspectives that were shared within this story.
Cordantrius
This book initially seemed like it would be a great read. It promised black lesbian characters/story set in a different time (the late-50s/early 1960s...I'm not sure why the previous reviewer said early 1900s/1920s Harlem Renaissance). In actuality any lesbian content could be compiled into about 2-3 pages out of the entire book (which was a disappointment for me). Further none of the characters, including the main character Sunshine/Kali, were likable. The author did not make me feel for any of them, except perhaps briefly at the very end.

To the author's credit it was well written, though the multiple storylines that did not come together until the end got annoying.
Shistus
I read this book when it first came out. It's a complex and challenging look at a world where mainstream Americans are the ones who are out of place. Vivid imagery and settings so alien to me it was almost like reading science fiction. Muhanji brings a wealth of experience to her writing, and Her is a substantial book from Muhanji who won her National Book Award the same year as Toni Morrison was honored for Beloved.