Terry McMillan: A Critical Companion

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Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Writers
First Series--also available on CD-ROM
V. C. Andrews by E. D. Huntley
Tom Clancy by Helen S. Garson
Mary Higgins Clark by Linda C. Pelzer
Arthur C. Clarke by Robin Anne Reid
James Clavell by Gina Macdonald
Pat Conroy by Landon C. Burns
Robin Cook by Lorena Laura Stookey
Michael Crichton by Elizabeth A. Trembley
Howard Fast by Andrew Macdonald
Ken Follett by Richard C. Turner
John Grisham by Mary Beth Pringle
James Herriot by Michael J. Rossi
Tony Hillerman by John M. Reilly
John Jakes by Mary Ellen Jones
Stephen King by Sharon A. Russell
Dean Koontz by Joan G. Kotker
Robert Ludlum by Gina Macdonald
Anne McCaffrey by Robin Roberts
Colleen McCullough by Mary Jean DeMarr
James A. Michener by Marilyn S. Severson
Anne Rice by Jennifer Smith
Tom Robbins by Catherine E. Hoyser and Lorena Laura Stookey
John Saul by Paul Bail
Erich Segal by Linda C. Pelzer
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Terry McMillan: A Critical Companion
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Advisory Board vi
  • Contents vii
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - The Life of Terry Mcmillan 1
  • 2 - Literary Contexts 21
  • 3 - Mama (1987) 53
  • 5 - Waiting to Exhale (1992) 101
  • 6 - How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1996) 129
  • Index 163
  • About the Author *
  • Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Writers *
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