Toya Wolfe\'s debut novel is a lovesong to all of us who have survived the dispossession of eviction/relocation from low-income buildings and public housing properties. While the violence of gangs and gentrification punctuate the conflicts of \"Last Summer on State Street,\" Wolfe sustains its narrative\'s lifeblood within the compassion of its characters. As such, the novel depicts its southside Chicago communities with intimacy, adding to the literary legacy of Lorraine Hansberry, Gwendolyn Brooks, Natalie Moore, and Alexai Galaviz.
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