|Statement||edited by J. O"Barr and Ed Kramer.|
|Contributions||O"Barr, J., Kramer, Edward E.|
|LC Classifications||PS509.F3 C76 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||98043345|
The Crow is very different from the first two books of the Pellinor series. It switches completely to Hem's point of view, going back to follow him through his experiences adjusting to the School in Turbansk, coming to love the city, and realizing the impact of the advancing war with the Dark.4/5. When James O’Barr poured the pain and anguish of a personal tragedy into the drawings that comprise The Crow, his intensely cathartic story of Eric—who returns from the dead to avenge his and his fiancée’s murder at the hands of a street gang—resonated with readers around the world/5(). Crow tells the story of Wilmington in through Moses Thomas, a year-old boy from a black middle-class family. In the first half of the book Moses tells us about his day-to-day life. We learn about Moses mother, who loves music and works as a maid. We learn about Moses grandmother, Boo Nanny, who was a slave until she was /5(60). Crow is black, this is a story of African Americans in North Carolina a few decades post-Civil War. 2. Black is symbolic of the dark history of the Wilmington Insurrection of /5.
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