Includes discography (p. 153-158).
|Statement||by David Margolick ; foreword by Hilton Als|
|LC Classifications||ML3551 .M29 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||99074354|
Apr 26, · Strange Fruit by Gary Golio (author) and Charlotte Riley-Webb (Illustrator) is an absolutely wonderful picture book about Billie Holiday's famous song with the same title. The first thing you notice in this book are the illustrations. They are vibrant and seemingly leap from the pages/5(14). Feb 25, · Strange Fruit is an evocative and richly illustrated tour through the shadowed corners of Black History. Gill shares these nine stories simply and with deep thoughtfulness and reverence to voices that-- the reader will quickly be convinced-- need to be heard. — Andrew Aydin, author (with Rep. John Lewis) of March: Book One/5(34). Strange Fruit is one of the most beautiful comics I've seen this year. The watercolor artwork is very detailed and realistic. Every panel could be a painting hanging on the wall. It's a shame that the story isn't of the same high quality. On it's face, Strange Fruit seems like a sure winner/5. Strange Fruit: Billie Holiday and the Power of a Protest Song is a children's picture book written by Gary Golio and illustrated by Charlotte Riley-Webb. It is a cursory biography Billie Holiday and her protest song "Strange Fruit" came to be/5.
Strange Fruit is a challenging, provocative examination of the heroic myth confronting the themes of racism, cultural legacy, and human nature through a literary lens, John Steinbeck's classic novel, Of /5. "Strange Fruit" is a song performed by Billie Holiday, who first sang and recorded it in Written by teacher Abel Meeropol as a poem and published in , it protested American racism, particularly the lynching of African Americans.B-side: "Fine and Mellow". Jun 17, · "Strange Fruit" was originally a poem Holiday may have popularized "Strange Fruit" and turned it into a work of art, but it was a Jewish communist Author: Eudie Pak. In the American mainstream "Strange Fruit" was too sensitve to sing. The song made its way into a song book used by Pete Seeger and other folk singers. The song was learned by a number of the red diaper babies of the 's era. Nina Simone performed the song in the 's. The book contains a 'Strange Fruit" imeldaclyde.com by:
But "Strange Fruit" began to turn the power dynamics of that old relationship upside down. Rather than softening black music for white ears, Meeropol made it harder; there was a militancy and anger in "Strange Fruit" that would have been difficult for a black songwriter in Jim Crow America to produce without fear of violent retribution. This Study Guide consists of approximately 59 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Strange Fruit. A tent revival serves as the backdrop for this novel of racial tension and transition in which a white man is shot. Sep 05, · The Strange Story Of The Man Behind 'Strange Fruit' One of Billie Holiday's most iconic songs is "Strange Fruit," a haunting protest against the inhumanity of . Strange Fruit tells the tragic story of Nonnie Anderson, an accomplished young black woman in the Georgia of the Jim Crow days, and of the young white man, Tracy Deen, by whom she becomes pregnant. Strange Fruit is the best-known work of the liberal Southern writer, Lillian Smith, who lived between and