Enhanced by the recollections of the family's archivist, 84-year-old Edwina Harleston Whitlock, "The Sweet Hell Inside draws characters rarely seen before: cultured, vain, imperfect, rich, and black, a family made up of eccentrics who defied social convention yet whose advantages could not protect them from segregation's locked doors, a plague of early death, and the stigma of children born outside marriage.
This engrossing story raises the curtain on a unique family drama in the pageant of American life and uncovers a fascinating lost world.
|Analog Audio Cassette Audio Product||English|
|9780060002046||6.56 x 7.12 x 1.25 inches|
|Cultural Heritage Biography & Cultural Heritage Autobiography|