Frank Yerby: A Victim's Guilt
Frank Yerby often chides Black people for being guilty of being victims in his many novels. But in Frank Yerby: A Victim's Guilt, Yerby finds himself in tough situations along with his own characters and it will take all of his courage and intelligence not to behave as a victim, himself. In three separate episodes, Yerby finds himself in Medieval Spain, Spanish-controlled Cuba and the ante-bellum South and along the way he interacts with such notables as William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglas and Harriet Tubman. Yerby must solve the riddle of the 'victims guilt' or condemn his characters ____ and himself to oblivion.