kitchenette


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kitchenette

A small room or an alcove fitted with the essential conveniences of a kitchen.
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If the "kitchenette folks" of Maud Martha's (and Brooks's) Bronzeville "would be grand, would be glorious and brave, would have nimble hearts that would beat and beat" (321).
Despite this newfound fame, she and her husband and son were still living in a two-room kitchenette at 623 East 63rd Street.
Like the inhabitants of the "kitchenette building" of the '40s, Brooks's children of the '90s must seek out their own strength and solace; Novelle takes comfort in the love of her "warm and wide and long" Grandmother with whom she eats "walnuts and apples / in a one-room kitchenette above The / Some Day Liquor Gardens" (4).
(5.) For an interesting and provocative interpretation of Wright's and Brooks's depictions of kitchenette living, see Griffin, esp.