Georg Engel's Ernest J. Gaines: A Lesson Before Dying To understand or not to understand, that is the question...

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His works:

Ernest J. Gaines is also the author of Catherine Carmier (1964), the relationship between a black man and a sheltered Creole woman; Of Love and Dust (1967), a black Romeo and Juliet tragedy; Bloodline (1968, re-printed by Vintage in December 1997), five short stories, one of which "The Sky is Gray" became a PBS film; The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman (1971),whose TV movie adaptation by CBS won nine Emmys; A Long Day in November (1971), on rites of passage between the young and old; In My Father's House (1978), the double life of a minister/civil rights leader; and A Gathering of Old Men (1983), twelve men conspire to protect a killer, made into a television film in 1993.