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By Alice Walker

Despondent over the futility of existence within the South, black tenant farmer Grange Copeland leaves his spouse and son in Georgia to go North. After assembly an both humiliating life there, he returns to Georgia, years later, to discover his son, Brownfield, imprisoned for the homicide of his spouse. because the father or mother of the couple's youngest daughter, Grange Copeland is asking at his 3rd -- and ultimate -- likelihood to unfastened himself from religious and social enslavement.

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