War Comes to Willy Freeman
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War Comes to Willy Freeman is a 1987 novel by James Lincoln Collier with contributions from his brother Christopher Collier. It is the story of an African-American girl during the Revolutionary War. It is critically acclaimed but has caused controversy for its use of the word "nigger",'Plot This is about a 13 year old girl whose mother is kidnapped by Redcoats and father is killed at the Battle of Groton Heights. She runs away to her Aunt Betsy. ' albeit in a historical context.
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