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The House Behind The Cedars - Charles Waddell Chesnutt
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First published in 1900 during an era when many white American leaders waxed hysterical about the threat to Anglo-Saxon civilization posed by racial intermixing, The House Behind the Cedars sensitively explores the lives and fates of John and Rena Walden, two young African-Americans who decide to cross the color line in order to claim their share of the American dream. Charles Waddell Chesnutt, Books, Fiction and Literature, The House Behind The Cedars Books>Fiction and Literature First published in 1900 during an era when many white American leaders waxed hysterical about the threat to "Anglo-Saxon civilization" posed by racial intermixing, The House Behind the Cedars sensitively explores the lives and fates of John and Rena Walden, two young African-Americans who decide to cross the color line in order to claim their share of the American dream.

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One of the most significant novels of racial boundaries in American literature, The House Behind the Cedars tells of John and Lena Walden, black siblings who pass for white, inhabiting white society only to find that prejudice and the color line are ultimately inescapable. This classic is set from the first edition and contains endnotes. The House Behind the Cedars Chesnutt, Charles Waddell First published in 1900 during an era when many white American leaders waxed hysterical about the threat to "Anglo-Saxon civilization" posed by racial intermixing, The House Behind the Cedars sensitively explores the lives and fates of John and Rena Walden, two young African-Americans who decide to cross the color line in order to claim their share of the American dream.

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Originally published in 1900, this groundbreaking novel by a distinguished African-American author recounts the drama of a brother and sister who "pass for white" during the dangerous days of Reconstruction. Books Fiction~~General The-House-Behind-The-Cedars~~Charles-Waddell-Chesnutt Gale Group First published in 1900 during an era when many white American leaders waxed hysterical about the threat to "Anglo-Saxon civilization" posed by racial intermixing, The House Behind the Cedars sensitively explores the lives and fates of John and Rena Walden, two young African-Americans who decide to cross the color line in order to claim their share of the American dream.

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First published in 1900 during an era when many white American leaders waxed hysterical about the threat to "Anglo-Saxon civilization" posed by racial intermixing, The House Behind the Cedars sensitively explores the lives and fates of John and Rena Walden, two young African-Americans who decide to cross the color line in order to claim their share of the American dream.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0786264764
Publisher: Gale Group

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ISBN/EAN: 0786264764

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