'Daughter of My People' Analysis Book Review by ResearchRiter

'Daughter of My People' Analysis
Analysis of "Daughter of My People" by James Kilgo.
# 123251 | 2,000 words | 17 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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In this article, the writer examines the work "Daughter of My People." The writer describes the tragic story of two brothers and their love for a distant mixed-race woman, their deaths and the relation of story to the life of author James Kilgo.

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"One would have anticipated that a story about two brothers who loved the same woman would be fairly standard and that such a story would offer relatively little that was new. This is not the case with respect to James Kilgo's 'Daughter of My People' a book whose heart focuses on the relationship between brothers Tison and Hart Bonner and their cousin Jennie Grant a mixed-race woman of considerable dignity and integrity. Williams Kilgo's novel based in part ..."

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