Papers of Janice Daugharty, MS-22
|ID||Title||Characters||Setting||Brief Review (Events)||Number of pages or number of words||Additional information||Box #||Folder #||Date written|
|124||Mr. P. C. Brown||Mr.
P. C. Brown
|Seymour, Georgian Swanoochee County||In
the 1950's the era of the nigger in southeast Georgia, he etches his
name prefaced by Mr., on the hall wall of a white man's house during a
jubilant awakening to pride. Consequently, he must die.
Six characters, in the eight parts of the novel, speculate on why P.C. Brown ventured into the forbidden white man's house, on what precipitated such a timid man's daring to presume. Subjectively, they explore the effect the circumstances surrounding his deed and his death had on their lives.
|200||Mr. P. C. Brown-Typed synopsis pgs 1-20 and two handwritten synopsis||14||3||1986|