Family Critics (OMG)

Back when Black writers like Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, and Langston Hues would throw darts at each other, they pointed out an interesting truth: most Black writers lack integration of their characters with the holistic view of the American scene. In other words, the characters are often victims of America rather than problem solvers who enhance American life. This is not true for at least three females in my novel.