'New England White': A Return to a Rarefied Clime

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Stephen Carter's latest novel is his second excursion into the lesser-known world of the African American upper-middle class. In New England White, he tells the story of Lemaster and Julia Carlyle, two minor characters from his best-selling fiction debut, The Emperor of Ocean Park.

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