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Sing, Unburied, Sing Jesmyn Ward S First Novel Since Her National Book Award Winning Salvage The Bones, This Singular American Writer Brings The Archetypal Road Novel Into Rural Twenty First Century America An Intimate Portrait Of A Family And An Epic Tale Of Hope And Struggle, Sing, Unburied, Sing Journeys Through Mississippi S Past And Present, Examining The Ugly Truths At The Heart Of The American Story And The Power And Limitations Of Family Bonds Jojo Is Thirteen Years Old And Trying To Understand What It Means To Be A Man He Doesn T Lack In Fathers To Study, Chief Among Them His Black Grandfather, Pop But There Are Other Men Who Complicate His Understanding His Absent White Father, Michael, Who Is Being Released From Prison His Absent White Grandfather, Big Joseph, Who Won T Acknowledge His Existence And The Memories Of His Dead Uncle, Given, Who Died As A Teenager His Mother, Leonie, Is An Inconsistent Presence In His And His Toddler Sister S Lives She Is An Imperfect Mother In Constant Conflict With Herself And Those Around Her She Is Black And Her Children S Father Is White She Wants To Be A Better Mother But Can T Put Her Children Above Her Own Needs, Especially Her Drug Use Simultaneously Tormented And Comforted By Visions Of Her Dead Brother, Which Only Come To Her When She S High, Leonie Is Embattled In Ways That Reflect The Brutal Reality Of Her Circumstances When The Children S Father Is Released From Prison, Leonie Packs Her Kids And A Friend Into Her Car And Drives North To The Heart Of Mississippi And Parchman Farm, The State Penitentiary At Parchman, There Is Another Thirteen Year Old Boy, The Ghost Of A Dead Inmate Who Carries All Of The Ugly History Of The South With Him In His Wandering He Too Has Something To Teach Jojo About Fathers And Sons, About Legacies, About Violence, About Love

About the Author: Jesmyn Ward

Jesmyn Ward is the author of Where the Line Bleeds, Salvage the Bones, and Men We Reaped She is a former Stegner Fellow Stanford University and Grisham Writer in Residence at the University of Mississippi She is an associate professor of Creative Writing at Tulane University.Her work has appeared in BOMB, A Public Space and The Oxford American.

10 thoughts on “Sing, Unburied, Sing

  1. says:

    I washed my hands every day, Jojo But that damn blood ain t never come out Such a stunning book.Sing, Unburied, Sing captivated me almost instantly TH

  2. says:

    2 stars blame it on the ghostsIt was the ghosts, folks It was the ghosts that made me do it They made me change my mind and go with 2 stars instead of my original 3 It

  3. says:

    Beautifully written So many layers I don t know that there is another writer who captures the complexities of the south and the legacies of racism as well as Ward This is a bri

  4. says:

    oooh, goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best fiction what will happen Sometimes, the world don t give you what you need, no matter how hard you look Sometimes, it withholds.<

  5. says:

    Jesmyn Ward s Sing, Unburied, Sing is true Southern Gothicism at its finest It is a novel that I ve been waiting a very long time to read, and I mean that both literally and figurativel

  6. says:

    This is a profoundly moving novel that tears your heart apart from the hugely gifted Jesmyn Ward It is Southern Gothic at its most impressive, set in the burning heat of the Mississippi Gulf coast It

  7. says:

    I listened to the audiobook of Salvage the Bones , a couple of months ago I was so engrossed, it was almost hard to distinguish one talent from the other the narrators voice or the authors writing Jesmyn Ward

  8. says:

    3.5 starsWell, this was certainly an intense, beautifully written novel I have to admit I went into this with some very high expectations, but also with a bit of reluctance I have seen much praise lavished on this bo

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