Gloria Naylor: A Critical Companion
In each of her five novels, Gloria Naylor invites the reader to join her characters in their journeys to move beyond established boundaries and embrace an increasingly diverse society. With lucid analyses of each work, this Critical Companion helps readers comprehend how Naylor successfully links the trials of her African American characters to the struggles of human beings at variance with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Insights into Naylor's own struggles and successes are provided in a richly drawn biographical chapter, which incorporates fresh materials from a recent interview conducted for this book. Naylor's place within the larger framework of the African American narrative traditions is considered as well. [Amazon.com]
Gloria Naylor, Women and literature, African-American writers
Wilson, Charles E., "Gloria Naylor: A Critical Companion" (2001). English Faculty Bookshelf. 1.