Date of Award
Biography as a literary form, Journalism and literature, Nonfiction novel, Personal narrative, memoir, creative nonfiction, literary journalism
None Of My Idols Were Worth Worshipping is a personal narrative that uses fiction literary techniques - dialogue, scenes, etc. to tell the story of a black girl who becomes a music journalist instead of a novelist like her idol, F. Scott Fitzgerald. The story is divided into chapters, and the first 16 chapters constitute the following thesis. There is a critical introduction, which is followed by the text
Morgan, Charlotte, "None of My Idols Were Worth Worshipping" (2011). ETD Archive. 618.