Reading Bambara's `Raymond's Run'

Gidley, Mick
September 1990
English Language Notes;Sep90, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p67
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Analyzes Toni Cade Bambara's book `Raymond's Run.' Narratives on the character, Hazel Elizabeth Deborah Parker or Squeaky; Link with character, Raymond's life; Sceneries.


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