Benilde Little offers us a delicious, closely observed, eye-opening look at the world of upper-class Black Manhattan in a novel that is alternately humorous and touching, sexy and bold.
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Former Essence magazine arts-and-entertainment editor Little offers an uneven first novel about a contemporary African-American relationship set among elite black professional circles in New York.May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of Good Hair: A Novel
Entering the terrain of the African American upper class previously explored by Dorothy West and Andrea Lee, Little makes a distinctive debut. She shows a discerning eye for class divisions among sociOct 02 1996 | Read Full Review of Good Hair: A Novel
Superficially, Good Hair is the story of Alice Andrews a young woman who grows up on the wrong side of the tracks in Newark and becomes a successful journalist and her relationship with Jack, a surgeon from a snobby Boston family.Oct 18 1996 | Read Full Review of Good Hair: A Novel
That's the question that propels comedian Chris Rock through "Good Hair," a hilarious documentary that, like all great comedies, is shot through with equal parts humor and heartbreak.Oct 09 2009 | Read Full Review of Good Hair: A Novel
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