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16th May '15 10:15:27 PM Jisu
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Should not be confused with the VideoGame ''VideoGame/{{Home}}'', or the ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' episode "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E15Home Home]]".

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Should not be confused with the VideoGame ''VideoGame/{{Home}}'', or the ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' episode "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E15Home Home]]".Home]]", the movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'', or the [[Literature/TheTrueMeaningOfSmekday book]] that movie was based on, which was not called ''Home''.
18th Mar '15 10:13:07 PM creader
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! This work includes examples of
* BarefootPoverty - Frank's lack of shoes is a major plot point.
* BigBrotherInstinct - Frank has always protected his little sister. [[spoiler: There's a dark side though. Because Frank has always protected her, Cee didn't gain the strength to thrive on her own]]
* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]] - Lenore.
* TheHomewardJourney - Frank's journey back to Lotus
* KarmaHoudini - [[spoiler: Dr. Beauregard]] is never heard from again after [[spoiler: Frank rescues Cee from his experiments.]]

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! This work includes examples of
of:
* BarefootPoverty - BarefootPoverty: Frank's lack of shoes is a major plot point.
* BigBrotherInstinct - BigBrotherInstinct: Frank has always protected his little sister. [[spoiler: There's a dark side though. Because Frank has always protected her, Cee didn't gain the strength to thrive on her own]]
* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]] - Woman]]: Lenore.
* TheHomewardJourney - TheHomewardJourney: Frank's journey back to Lotus
Lotus.
* KarmaHoudini - KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Dr. Beauregard]] is never heard from again after [[spoiler: Frank rescues Cee from his experiments.]]



* MadDoctor - [[spoiler: Cee's employer]] has been experimenting with eugenics by sterilizing his staff.
* SanitySlippage - At the beginning of the book, Frank is at the end point of one having being committed to a mental ward. [[spoiler: As Frank goes closer and closer to home he [[SanityStrengthening becomes much more stable]]]]
* WarIsHell - Frank's view of the Korean War - his [[TrueCompanions best friends]] die, children are shot while searching for food...
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre - Cee is told this by a group of wise quilting women after [[spoiler: she is rescued by her brother from the medical experimentation of Dr. Beauregard.]]

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* MadDoctor - MadDoctor: [[spoiler: Cee's employer]] has been experimenting with eugenics by sterilizing his staff.
* SanitySlippage - SanitySlippage: At the beginning of the book, Frank is at the end point of one having being committed to a mental ward. [[spoiler: As Frank goes closer and closer to home he [[SanityStrengthening becomes much more stable]]]]
* WarIsHell - WarIsHell: Frank's view of the Korean War - his [[TrueCompanions best friends]] die, children are shot while searching for food...
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre - YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Cee is told this by a group of wise quilting women after [[spoiler: she is rescued by her brother from the medical experimentation of Dr. Beauregard.]]
12th Mar '15 7:17:41 PM jormis29
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''Home'' is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. It is the tale of two siblings Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War, and his younger sister, Ycindra, called Cee. After receiving an omnious note stating that her sister would 'be dead' if he doesn't come back to his hometown of Lotus, Georgia, Frank escapes from the hospital where he has woken up, and journeys North to South dealing with Jim Crow and his own demons along the way.

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''Home'' is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison.Creator/ToniMorrison. It is the tale of two siblings Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War, and his younger sister, Ycindra, called Cee. After receiving an omnious note stating that her sister would 'be dead' if he doesn't come back to his hometown of Lotus, Georgia, Frank escapes from the hospital where he has woken up, and journeys North to South dealing with Jim Crow and his own demons along the way.
11th Aug '13 5:54:32 PM TiggersAreGreat
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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. It is the tale of two siblings Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War, and his younger sister, Ycindra, called Cee. After receiving an omnious note stating that her sister would 'be dead' if he doesn't come back to his hometown of Lotus, Georgia, Frank escapes from the hospital where he has woken up, and journeys North to South dealing with Jim Crow and his own demons along the way.

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Home ''Home'' is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. It is the tale of two siblings Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War, and his younger sister, Ycindra, called Cee. After receiving an omnious note stating that her sister would 'be dead' if he doesn't come back to his hometown of Lotus, Georgia, Frank escapes from the hospital where he has woken up, and journeys North to South dealing with Jim Crow and his own demons along the way.
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Should not be confused with the VideoGame ''VideoGame/{{Home}}'', or the ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' episode "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E15Home Home]]".
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17th Apr '13 1:07:27 AM slashhearts
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* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]] - Lenore.



* KarmaHoudini - [[spoiler: Dr. Beauregard]] is never heard from again after [[spoiler: Frank rescues Cee from his experiments.]]
** Though given the time period, it's not as if anyone would have carried out charges against them.
* MadDoctor - [[spoiler: Cee's employer]] has been experimenting with eugenics by sterilizing his staff.



* MadDoctor - [[spoiler: Cee's employer]] has been experimenting with eugenics by sterilizing his staff.



13th May '12 10:22:32 PM animeg3282
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* MadDoctor - [[spoiler: Cee's employer]] has been experimenting with eugenics by sterilizing his staff.
13th May '12 10:18:14 PM animeg3282
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* BarefootPoverty - Frank's lack of shoes is a major plot point.

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* BarefootPoverty - Frank's lack of shoes is a major plot point.point.
* BigBrotherInstinct - Frank has always protected his little sister. [[spoiler: There's a dark side though. Because Frank has always protected her, Cee didn't gain the strength to thrive on her own]]
* TheHomewardJourney - Frank's journey back to Lotus
* SanitySlippage - At the beginning of the book, Frank is at the end point of one having being committed to a mental ward. [[spoiler: As Frank goes closer and closer to home he [[SanityStrengthening becomes much more stable]]]]
* WarIsHell - Frank's view of the Korean War - his [[TrueCompanions best friends]] die, children are shot while searching for food...
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre - Cee is told this by a group of wise quilting women after [[spoiler: she is rescued by her brother from the medical experimentation of Dr. Beauregard.]]
13th May '12 10:00:36 PM animeg3282
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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War wakes up in a hospital shoeless and needing to get home to Georgia to see his sister, the only member of his family still alive. The story of how he gets there is shown in flashback from the point of view of several characters. Through his journey, he deals with segregration, his alcoholism and his PTSD.

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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. It is the tale of two siblings Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War wakes up in a War, and his younger sister, Ycindra, called Cee. After receiving an omnious note stating that her sister would 'be dead' if he doesn't come back to his hometown of Lotus, Georgia, Frank escapes from the hospital shoeless where he has woken up, and needing journeys North to get home to Georgia to see his sister, the only member of his family still alive. The story of how he gets there is shown in flashback from the point of view of several characters. Through his journey, he deals South dealing with segregration, his alcoholism Jim Crow and his PTSD.own demons along the way.

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*BarefootPoverty - Frank's lack of shoes is a major plot point.
11th May '12 8:54:58 AM animeg3282
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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War wakes up in a hospital shoeless and needing to get home to Georgia. The story of how he gets there is shown in flashback from the point of view of several characters.

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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War wakes up in a hospital shoeless and needing to get home to Georgia.Georgia to see his sister, the only member of his family still alive. The story of how he gets there is shown in flashback from the point of view of several characters. Through his journey, he deals with segregration, his alcoholism and his PTSD.
10th May '12 2:31:00 PM animeg3282
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Home is a 2012 novel by ToniMorrison. Frank Money, a veteran of the Korean War wakes up in a hospital shoeless and needing to get home to Georgia. The story of how he gets there is shown in flashback from the point of view of several characters.
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