EBOOK Remembered


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  • Remembered
  • Yvonne Battle-Felton
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  • 05 September 2020
  • 9780349700489

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Yvonne Battle-Felton È 1 DOWNLOAD READ ✓ STATUSWHATSAPP.CO È Yvonne Battle-Felton DOWNLOAD ↠ Remembered Es in a hospital bed He has been charged with committing a crime on the streets of Philadelphia But is he guilty The evidence a black man driving a streetcar into a store window could lead to his death Surrounded by ghosts and the wounded Spring an emancipated. We collect bones and bundles long after the river seeps back and the mud dries We make up stories for each one Each piece is remembered Out of sweet cherry wood we carve our very own book The hands bring us paper We stitch them together Stuff the newspapers like bookmarks in between Though neither of us can read or write each page holds a story We remember I read this book due to its long listing for the 2019 Women s Prize Dr Yvonne Battle Felton was born in America but now lives in the UK and lectures in Creative WritingCreative Industries at Sheffield Hallam and her research topics there give an excellent summary of the motivations behind and the strengths of this impressive and important novel I m researching and writing about reuniting the African American family after the Emancipation My research explores voice appropriation created past memory identity family rupture and repair and community It follows multiple narratives as emancipated slave characters develop from 1860 to 1920 as I attempt to give voice to characters who are often forgotten in literature as well as in historyMy uestions have evolved to How can my novel give voice to the silence in the Black AmericanAfrican American community the novel as therapy where does my novel fit in and explorations of narrator point of viewSlavery forced the separation of millions of families I m hoping my historical fiction can help us reunite The novel in fact formed a central part in her PhD in Creative Writing at Lancaster University Her 2017 thesis is unpublished which is a shame as I would love to read it for even greater insight into the book but even the abstract serves to further uncover her powerful motivations and is I believe worth uoting at length This thesis is in two parts First a novel that explores motherhood community silence identity family stereotypes and racism to illustrate the legacy of slavery by implicitly drawing parallels between the American past and the American present The novel explores answers to uestions about silence reuniting the Black American family after the Emancipation representing diverse characters ethically portraying emancipated slave characters and writing about slavery In Remembered a framed narrative the past haunts the present in the form of Tempe in the structure of the novel and in the central conflicts within the narrative In Chapter Two I discuss the power of literature to build community the importance of writing to reclaim story and identity Chapter Three of the thesis is a creative examination of my writing practice The thesis concludes with Chapter Four a discussion of motherhood that focuses on representations of black mothers in literature The discussion examines close readings of selected texts including Remembered Overall my thesis aims to provoke dialogue that challenges the rhetoric of oppression that gives voice to diverse characters and that shatters silences Unless Americans recognize the importance of diverse stories and diverse characters both on and off the page like Spring we will forever be haunted by the past In terms of the novel itself it has a very distinctive structure taking place over two parallel time framesThe first is set in February 1910 and takes place over 24 hours well 24 hours and seven minutesThe Philadelphia railcar system is being convulsed by a fierce and bitter labour dispute between the Union and the Company Edward a mechanic on the streetcars his ambition of driving them being impossible due to his Negro race inexplicably causes a riot by seemingly deliberately crashing a streetcar into the window of a department store Rescued a little too late by the police from a lynch mob he now lays dying in a hospital in the segregated and under funded colored section His mother Spring is called to his bedside and begins to tell him stories of his and her ancestry These sections are marked by times eg 507 pm We are get an early insight into one of the crucial themes of the book motherhood how far can and should a mother go to protect her child the differences between birth and adopted mothersThe second is set over 24 years from 1843 to 1867 and examines the history of American slave holding over that period These sections are introduced by date to convey the passage of time but also scattered through them stuffed like bookmarks as per the opening uote are excerpts from newspaper front pages which give us a sense of the passage of events around slave holdings as seen by the presumably white headline writers So we see rumours of slave catchers in Philadelphia in 1843 the 1863 Emancipation Proclomation and the chilling reassurance to Northern Slave Owners that this is about politics than freedom My good people this is no cause for alarm only a call to arms If your state has not seceded from the Union your right to own slaves is still protected the post Civil War abolition of slavery in 1865However the terrible power of this section is in the real story it tells of the reality behind the newspaper stories for the victims of the slave industry Spring tells Edward the harrowing history of their family s victimisation by the slave trade and stories of the wider community with whom they come into contact Most of what I am about to tell you ain t in no history book no newspaper article no encyclopaedia There s a whole heap of stories don t ever get told What I know comes straight from my sister s lips to my heart and to this book Some of it I seen with my own two eyes Some with hers You come from free people From right here in Philadelphia You wasn t born here It was me that brought you home The story starts with Ella a free black snatched from the streets of Philadelphia by a slave owner Walker and at the same time betrayed by a white neighbour who in an act which could only remind me of the damning story of the judge in the Good Samaritan parable decides not to risk his own reputation to save her To her horror she is taken to Walker s slaveholding as breeding stock his farm is widely believed cursed crops animals and the slaves who he clearly considers to be no than animals all seemingly subject to sterility Ella is immediately subject to a forced rape by Little James the young black male slave on the estate eually forced to participate to test her for disease and then to abuse by Walker and his father when James claims she is tainted As we meet Walker s other slaves particularly the compelling figure of Mama Skins a midwifehealer and her adopted daughter Agnes with whom Ella forms an uneasy friendship together with James we realise of the truth of the sterility and the terrible decisions forced on the slaves as individual mothers and as a wider community both to protect those they love and to prevent others from having to grown up in the same suffering they all hugged on it loved on it and in the morning one of them would love it to death Love it to freedom As the story moves forwards Ella and her sister Tempe enter the story and we learn the truth of Edward s birth We also see how the real stories of slaves which don t ever get told fall so far short of the supposed facts of history book newspaper article encyclopaedia for example with emancipation meaning little in a world still dominated by slave holders It leaves streaks of black like words on her palms The paper was worn before we got it Between chores the hired hands gave scraps to me and Tempe Presents with pretty suiggles from all over the world News they been saving or thinking on travelling with Most of them can t read neither but the stories they tell Get them filled up on some of Mama s good supper and they get to reading This here say so and so did such and such one will start up and get to saying who done what That ain t the whole truth Let me tell you what really happened another will say Tempe we know the first 1910 chapter died in a fire all those years ago but she is still very much a character in this story a fiery both literally and figuratively visitor from and guide to the world of the dead a literal haunting of the present by the past She flips through time likes pages and sees whole lives Her voice in Spring s head is as real of those around her and the impetus behind Spring s narration to the dying Edward of his backstory a story taken from a book that Spring has kept as a testimony waiting to be told see the opening uote and to which she adds later as she travels to Philadelphia after escaping the farm To pass the time I pull out the book me and Tempe made After a while I get folks to write their name or make their mark in it Some write a few lines Some draw pictures Some give me clippings to add to it Newspaper headlines pages from books Wanted posters receipts The longer we rattle on the I collect I tell stories Grand ones about escapes and revolts and little ones about people holding on to treasures The whole world races by Tempe also via flashbacks helps Spring understand what happened to Edward and we see the same patters that occurred in the 24 year history decisions being forced upon a black person the injustice of his oppressors the cheapness with which his life is viewed the gap between the official newspapers sources and the reality of black lives the failure of the authorities to offer any protection and in fact their collusion with the oppressors In an era where we are still having to proclaim that Black Lives Matter the modern day parallels are obvious and painful and the fact that new stories keep needing to be added the author has explicitly referenced the story of Freddie Grey as a impetus for her to write the book Each person has a storyIt goes on like that for hours Laughing crying whispering singing shouting we swap stories in between bumping along the road We re supposed to remember them to pass them on like folks we meet Everyone s looking for someone Like a bucket I m carrying a head full of names and stories Older ones spill out to make room for new ones A worthy addition to 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Yvonne Battle-Felton È 1 DOWNLOAD READ ✓ STATUSWHATSAPP.CO È Yvonne Battle-Felton DOWNLOAD ↠ Remembered It is 1910 and Philadelphia is burning For Spring there is nothing worse than sitting up half the night with her dead sister and her dying son reliving a past she would rather not remember in order to prepare for a future she cannot face Edward Spring's son li. Remembered wants to be a sprawling multi generational narrative but is too spare to invoke a lasting impression The setup is the most intriguing aspect of this 2019 Women s Prize longlist nominee The year is 1910 and an African American woman named Springs sits at her son s bedside in a Philadelphia hospital Her son Edward is accused of intentionally driving a streetcar into a shop window The police hover so does the ghost of Spring s deceased sister Tempe uestions arise Did Edward do it What were his motives As a black man will he survive whether he s innocent or guilty What if he didn t do nothing Will they leave him alone or just put something else on him If he don t die tonight will they just kill him tomorrow Even if he did it if innocent people died because he was wrapped up in some union dispute over money he wouldn t deserve to die this way With no name no kin nowhere to go It s a wonderful setup to a book that soon loses its way Spring worries that Edward is dying She can t save him but she can ensure he knows his roots so she flips open the family album goes back two generations in time to the year 1843 and recounts the story of their ancestors working as slaves on a plantation The chapters on slavery are brutal and unflinching yet sluggish and redundant Battle Felton proceeds to focus on two generations of slave families plotting for escape and hoping for freedom while occasionally popping back to 1910 to remind readers or herself that Remembered concerns a man named Edward laying in a hospital bed The year 1863 rolls around and slaves are set free Here is the final strength of Remembered A brief yet painful reminder that freedom was something of a misnomer and countless slaves were left devastated and destitute in the absence of support or reparations Freedom come alright For most of us it hasn t come on horses or with golden trumpets Wasn t no angel going around saving all the slaves Some owners turn people loose Some slaves walk off Far as I know wasn t nobody going round checking if people had set slaves free And don t seem like nobody s making sure we stay free either Towards the final pages Battle Felton seems to remember that the initial uestions regarding Edward s intentions as they pertain to the streetcar incident need to be resolved so a swift answer is provided Remembered is a disjointed examination of slavery in America There are historically significant truths at work here but the narrative is too underdeveloped and incohesive to deliver on its full potential Playing for Keeps: Michael Jordan and the World He Made (English Edition) for a The Forbidden Groom: Texas Titan Romances (English Edition) future she cannot The Lives of the Artists (Oxford World's Classics) face Edward Spring's son li. 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    READ ✓ STATUSWHATSAPP.CO È Yvonne Battle-Felton EBOOK Remembered Yvonne Battle-Felton È 1 DOWNLOAD LONGLISTED FOR THE 2019 WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTIONSpring finds herself talking to her dead sister’s ghost while waiting at the bedside of her dying son Edward However talking to Tempe her dead sister has never been a problem for Spring she has been doing it ever since her death Spring is not the only one waiting on Edward The Police want t

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    EBOOK Remembered CHARACTERS Remembered Most of what I am about to tell you ain’t in no history book no newspaper article no encyclopaedia There’s a whole heap of stories don’t ever get told What I know comes straight from my sister’s lips to my

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    CHARACTERS Remembered Yvonne Battle-Felton È 1 DOWNLOAD EBOOK Remembered “Remembered” begins with a newspaper clipping from 1910 recounting a tragic event where a black man drove a streetcar into a Philadelphia department store We then follow the near hallucinatory experience as the driver Edward's mo

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