Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). David Anthony Durha. as formed his own inclusive and original vision of American society, nourished by a nuanced understanding of history and an intuitive, almost spooky feel for the inner lives of its inhabitant. .Walk Through Darkness remains a hugely ambitious book that leaves the reader wondering, and waiting for, what Durham will do next.
David Anthony Durham earned an . A from the University of Maryland. His first novel, Gabriel’s Story, was published to wide acclaim in 2001
David Anthony Durham earned an . His first novel, Gabriel’s Story, was published to wide acclaim in 2001. He has won several awards, including the Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Fiction Award, a First Novel Award from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, and a Legacy Award. His short fiction appears in Gumbo: An Anthology of African American Writing. Durham lives with his wife and two children in rural Scotland.
David Anthony Durham. He could hear Humboldt’s men. They had gathered just around the corner in preparation for the evening’s work. Their voices came to him in clipped breaths of clarity, mundane words spoken with mirth,. jokes that gave little indication to the deeds they were planning. He could see them in his mind as clearly as if he were standing amongst them. He stood roiling with hatred like none he had felt before. He hated them for the deformities that marked them, for the tone of their voices and for the cold, thin souls within them
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Walk Through Darkness is a 2002 novel by American author David Anthony Durham. Written by David Anthony Durham. First published: Doubleday, United States, 2002. Also published in Portuguese. Also published in Portuguese
Walk Through Darkness gets under your skin and stays there
Walk Through Darkness gets under your skin and stays there. With masterful ease he plumbs the crevices of our collective consciousness and reveals not only the terrible truths but also the lustrous beauties that reside there. Jeffrey Lent, author of In the Fall. Complex, brilliantly written and deeply engaging, Walk Through Darkness shows a young novelist building on his formidable narrative gifts to produce a powerful work of historical fiction. Powerfully written and emotionally devastating.
'Walk Through Darkness'' is a book-length illustration of what that means. For a Runaway Slave and the Scotsman Tracking him, it's Personal. by Adam Dunn, San Francisco Chronicle. David Anthony Durham's evocative and finely wrought second novel, "Walk Through Darkness," which follows a runaway mulatto slave named William and a white tracker named Morrison on his trail, resonates with the great American historical irony: Founded in reaction to tyranny, America's habit was slavery and the acceptance of institutionalized racism its denial.
Walk Through Darkness is the story of two very different men, each . Walk through darkness.
Walk Through Darkness is the story of two very different men, each on a quest, both tied together by a history of remorse, jealousy, and a love that crosses the barriers of race during the time of slavery.
Walk Through Darkness book. He is the David Anthony Durham was born in New York City to parents of Caribbean descent. He grew up mostly in Maryland, but has spent the last fifteen years on the move, jumping from East to West Coast to the Rocky Mountains, and back and forth to Scotland and France several times. He currently lives in Edinburgh, Scotland actually, no he doesn't. He's back in New England at the moment.
David Anthony Durham is the author of the novels Gabriel's Story and Walk Through Darkness, both New York Times Notable Books. Published by doubleday. a division of Random House, Inc. In 2002 he received the Legacy Award for Debut Fiction from the Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Foundation. He lives with his wife and two children in rural Scotland. Also by david anthony durham. DOUBLEDAY and the portrayal of an anchor with a dolphin are registered trademarks of Random House, Inc. This book is a work of fiction.