This is the meandering, highly intelligent and highly entertaining story of the life of the curiously named Not Sidney Poitier (who just so happens to resemble the famous actor). Throughout the novel he encounters fictitious representations of myriad people, including Ted Turner and Jane Fonda, and, most interestingly and hilariously, the author himself!
I Am Not Sidney Poitier by Percival Everett
Reviewed by Steph W.
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