kitchenette


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kitchenette

A small room or an alcove fitted with the essential conveniences of a kitchen.
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The kitchenette creates thousands of one-room homes where our black mothers sit, deserted, with their children about their knees.
The kitchenette blights the personalities of our growing children, disorganizes them, blinds them to hope, creates problems whose effects can be traced in the characters of its child victims for years afterwards.
Though Brooks depicts unflinchingly the "blights" on the personalities of children and adults in Bronzeville, her kitchenette is not merely the site of victimization.
Brooks's kitchenette dwellers are potential artists whom necessity has reduced to numbers waiting in line for the kitchenette's overcrowded bathrooms, but the ironic diminishment of their "hope" nevertheless points to that hope's tenacity.
Despite this newfound fame, she and her husband and son were still living in a two-room kitchenette at 623 East 63rd Street.