Saturday, January 30, 2010

Zora Neale Hurston Wrote Famous Novel in Haiti

The world's eyes have been focused on Haiti recently from the devastating earthquake to the controversy surrounding adopting Haitian orphans. So, those who appreciate African-American literature may be interested to know that Haiti has a literary connection America through not only the anthropological work of writer Zora Neale Hurston, but also through her most famous work Their Eyes Were Watching God. ... Read more at The African-American Books Examiner.

1 comment:

Revvy Rev said...

So Good to hear from you 'Dette! I am very, very, very busy but took time out today to hook up some gumbo! Dee-licious! I am still around, looking in on my blog peeps. Still writing quite a bit as well, tho not on the blog. Keep in touch!