The compelling story of three black women who meet at a New England college in the late sixties and form a friendship that will guide them through the changes, the joys, and the tears of the coming years
Faith, small-boned and delicate, the daughter of a strong-willed mother and a father she no longer remembers, longs for the one experience that will show her to herself. Serena, a passionate and outspoken radical, has an intense political commitment and pride in her African roots, which will lead her to find a life on a continent far away. And Crystal, a poet from girlhood, has a long love affair with words that will be put to the ultimate test when she must explain to her father her love for a man of another race.
Praise forA Woman's Place
A radical new talent . . . The poignancy invites comparison to The Color Purple. New Woman
A book that should be bought, read, and cherished, because it is a story of hope, a story of triumph and, above all, a testimony to resilience. The Philadelphia Tribune