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"Stormy Weather inaugurates a discussion of intimate life among African Americans that is sure to be lively and productive."
"Curwood has initiated a virtually unprecedented conversation on the history of marriage among African Americans. . . .A must read. Essential. All levels/libraries."
"Recommended for academic libraries and public and special libraries with large African American history collections."
"[Curwood] is able to recreate the dynamics of a vibrant community of middle-class and elite African Americans who worked toward upward mobility even as they worked out intraracial issues of skin color and class. . . . [Its] clear and concise writing style as well as its lack of jargon makes it an accessible read."
"A very good book and well worth reading."
-Journal of Southern History