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Publisher's Summary

Poet Jean Toomer’s short-story and poetry collection.

Public Domain (P)2019 Deaver Brown

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Not a fan of this

The audio quality is mediocre and there’s distracting, repetitive music playing the whole time. Would not recommend.

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Classic ruined by background music

I had to stop audio book after six chapters- something I’ve never done. The producers left the loop of annoying background music from the intro playing in the background. Ruined the experience. I enjoyed the paperback I picked up very much, though.

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Thud.

This book starts off brilliant but ends dull and pointless, unless he's trying to indicate social mobility usually takes more than one generation -- for all of us I'm sure.

I know I paid two bucks for this, and I actually prefer a plainer narration style, but I was surprised to hear either he was eating, drunk or perhaps these were medical episodes.

Glad I read the book, though. I had no idea it even existed.