Elijah Anderson, The Iconic Ghetto (ANNALS, AAPSS, 642, 2012)
Anderson describes his account of being a black man in New Haven, Connecticut.
He describes different instances when he was the focus of prejudices.
Toni Morrison, Home (Knopf, 2012)
Morrison's novel follows a Korean War veteran, Frank Money, as he remembers violent memories from his past. Frank Money seeks out to find his sister, Cee, who he left behind.
Thornton Wilder, Our Town (Harper Classics,  2003])
Wilder's three-act play takes place in Grover's Corner, New Hampshire. It depicts the life of classic, small-town families.