The Clementine Camille Trilogy is the story of a young African-American girl who at age 15 falls in love with a young Caucasian-American boy. The novel chronicles their lives together as they face the hard facts of American racism, maturity and achievement in the complex social and psychological context of both racial sensitivity and insensitivity. This trilogy gives you a personal look at love, tragedy, heartbreak, parenting and so much more from the lives of two amazing people living in America.
Ronald gives an overview of the book:
Born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1938, Ronald was educated in the public schools before attending the Chicago Art Institute. After service in the army, he completed his B.F.A. Degree in Art and English at Drake University in 1963. He then began a forty-year teaching career at...