!!> Read ➹ Poker! ➼ Author Zora Neale Hurston – Survivingtheholocaust.us

Poker! This Is An Electronic Edition Of The Complete Book Complemented By Author Biography This Book Features A Table Of Contents Linked To Every Chapter The Book Was Designed For Optimal Navigation On The EReaders, PDA, Smartphone, And Other Electronic Readers It Is Formatted To Display On All Electronic Devices Including The EReaders, Smartphones And Other Mobile Devices With A Small Display

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➹ Poker! ➼ Author Zora Neale Hurston – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    What just happened Then again, I wonder how long it actually took to write it, so thank you, Ms Hurston, for helpfully including the bracketed notes such as Handwritten last sentence crossed out in pencil Also uses X es for cr...


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    Poker Written by Zora Neale Hurston, Copyrighted in 1931Published By Public DomainKindle EditionThe play was transcribed from the original handwritten manuscript, complete with penciled notations.Poker Characters Nunkie Too Sweet Peckerwood Black Baby Sack Daddy Tush Hawg Aunt DilseyPoker is a very short play that takes place in a dingy front room of a shotgun house in New York The play centers on a host of characters playing poker and talking a bunch of smack Aunt Dilsey comes Poker Written by Zora Neale Hurston, Copyrighted in 1931Published By Public DomainKindle EditionThe play was transcribed from the original handwritten manuscript, complete with penciled notations.Poker Characters Nunkie Too Sweet Peckerwood Black Baby Sack Daddy Tush Hawg Aunt DilseyPoker is a very short play that takes place in a dingy front room of a shotgun house in New York The play centers on a host of characters playing poker and talking a bunch of smack Aunt Dilsey comes in and tells them they are all going to go to hell for gamblin and carryin on While she is talking the poker players are pulling aces out of their sleeves, vest pockets, and shoes.More then one player ends up with four 4 aces and they argue Guns come out and the shooting starts.In the end, Aunt Dilsey returns and observes the bloodshed She says, They wouldn t lissen It sure is goin to be a whole lot tougher in hell now Zora Neale Hurston...


  3. says:

    First Time For Everything This was a very nice and entertaining short play to read It was actually the first time I d actually read one outside of Shakespeare and a few others that I read as school assignments I really enjoyed this and I look forward to reading .


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    I gave this play 2.5 starsThe play had the makings to be a really good piece, but it wasn t long enough to really get what was going on This was literally a quick read You could literally read it in 5 minutes or less if you wanted to.


  5. says:

    A short scene but it put me right there


  6. says:

    I wasn t able to write a review on this until now but better late than never I have to say that I love Zora s work its vibrant and fresh This is a short read that can be finished it in a matter of minutes 6 pages It leaves you to wonder what this story could have fleshed out to be It gives drama, ac...

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