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    • Kathleen Cross interview, 2005 January 24

    • Young women - Fiction; Self-actualization (Psychology) - Fiction
    • Kathleen Cross discusses her book, “Schooling Carmen.” She begins by describing the main character of her novel, Carmen. She explains that Carmen is impatient, short-tempered and knows she is beautiful and uses it to her advantage whenever she...
    • Kavita Daswani interview

    • East Indian American women - Fiction; Women - Employment - Fiction; Women immigrants - Fiction; Married women - Fiction; Beverly Hills (Calif.) - Fiction
    • Kavita Daswani discusses her book, “The Village Bride of Beverly Hills.” She begins by describing her protagonist, Priya, who is a newly married Hindu bride who is faced with very traditional in-laws, a husband who is controlled by his mother,...
    • Thomas Parham interview, 2000

    • African Americans - Psychology
    • Thomas Parham discusses his book, “The Psychology of Blacks: An African-Centered Perspective,” co-authored with Joseph White and Adisa Ajamu. Parham says that the first edition of the book was written by White in about 1984 as an introduction...

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