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Daily Herald: Book review: Love, loss and racism in ‘The Son of Mr. Suleman’

"The Son of Mr. Suleman" by Eric Jerome Dickey (Dutton)

"The Son of Mr. Suleman," the final novel by the late Eric Jerome Dickey, is the profound story of Professor Pi Suleman, a Black man living in Memphis who, in 2019, must constantly navigate a world governed by Trump-supporting white supremacists. His colleagues where he is an adjunct professor are constantly making racist comments, and his career hangs in the balance due to threats from a high-powered professor who both assaults him and blackmails him.


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