Zora Neale. Picture for US Postal Stamp, 2003. Hurston. Early Life. 1891 – 1960 I “grew like a gourd and yelled bass like a gator.” Notasulga, Alabama Eatonville, Florida Father: carpenter, preacher, mayor Mother: died 1904 “jump at the sun.”. Out in the World.
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Picture for US Postal Stamp, 2003
and yelled bass like a gator.”
--“How It Feels to Be Colored Me”
more important to me.”
tale of courtly love, symbols
that aid in retelling
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