What is the resolution of the autobiography of miss Jane Pittman?
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman was created in 1971.
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman has 246 pages.
"The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" is a 1971 novel by Ernest J. Gaines. "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" was also made into a movie for TV in 1974. A novel is a work of fiction.
"The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" (1974). This was a TV movie. It starred Cicely Tyson.
He was shot.
in ny, ny 1771
when jane gets offered water
The setting of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman took place in a town called Luzana, Louisiana. It also took place in little areas around and close to that same area.
I believe there is but it all depends on how you see the book
No, Miss Jane Pittman is a fictional charactor that Ernest J. Gaines used to express how life was for blacks at the time. Of course she was real, Jane Pittman was born a slave. She died at 110 years old. She wasn't a fictional character. Ernest J. Gaines did the autobiography of Mrs. Jane Pittman.
Rural Southern Louisiana United States
Jane Pittman was a slave which author Ernest J. Gaines wrote about in his book, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. He wrote it in 1971 but in 1974 it was made into an Emmy Award winning made for TV movie starring Cicely Tyson.
the plot is that she lives and sacrifices for Ned and they live on the plantation.
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman - 1974 TV is rated/received certificates of: Portugal:M/6 Sweden:11 UK:12 UK:AA (original rating) UK:12 (video rating) (2008) USA:TV-PG
To find pictures of the real Miss Jane Pittman, simply type "the real Miss Jane Pittman Images" into any search engine.
In The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, the plantation hopes that Jimmy is the one who can save them all. Eventually he leaves the plantation and becomes involved with the civil rights movement. He plans acts of civil disobedience when he returns home, including the protest as the court house in which a young girl is arrested for drinking from a white drinking fountain.
Nobody knows, not even Miss Pittman herself. Nobody knows, not even Miss Pittman herself.
The climax of Miss Jane Pittman is the moment just before she leans over and drinks from the "White Only" drinking fountain. The moment she tastes the water, the climax is over; the ancient taboo has been destroyed, and the way has been paved for change. Throughout the work, Jane Pittman asks if various characters are "the one," meaning the prophesied agent of change. In the end she turns out to be "the one."
No, she is a fictional character from a movie/ book. Jane Pittman was a real person. She was a woman who lived to be 110 years old. She was not a fictional character in some movie. There was an autobiography that was written about her life. The book was so moving that they had to make a movie about her life story.
The book is a work of fiction. It is simply written in an autobiographical style. Miss Jane Pittman is not a real person.
...when she died.
Jane Pittman had no children of her own, but she took in a male boy and raised him as her own.
she wasborn in albama
she was a 110 year old
Her portrayal of Miss Jane Pittman.
The book speaks on Jane Pittmans life. I personal think that it was a great novel, and look forward to seeing the movie. So I'm not going to tell you any kind of answer to this book, you'll jut have to read it yourself. S0...ENJOY!
Miss Jane Pittman and was arrested for it. d*-*b
because she went through many things throughout her life and she lived for 110 years.
Playing Miss Jane Pittman, a fictional 100 year old ex-slave recalling her life experience's.
Wilbur Swartz has: Played Monsignor Greyson in "The Night of the Strangler" in 1972. Played Confederate Colonel in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Played Gerald L.K. Smith in "The Life and Assassination of the Kingfish" in 1977. Played Tobias Finch in "Minstrel Man" in 1977. Performed in "My Kidnapper, My Love" in 1980.
Brick Tilley has: Played Sailor in "The Night of the Strangler" in 1972. Played Rebel Soldier in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Played Eyewitness in "Knots Landing" in 1979. Played Man in "Knots Landing" in 1979. Played Bailiff in "Jake and the Fatman" in 1987. Played Brick in "ER" in 1994.
Robert Samson-owner of the Samson plantation and father to Timmy and Tee bob and Miss Amma Dean- wife to Robert Samson and mother to Tee bob
Barbara Chaney has: Played Mrs. Thurlow in "Great Performances" in 1971. Played Amma Dean in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Played Mrs. Ganfret in "Freedom Road" in 1979. Played Mrs. Randall in "In the Heat of the Night" in 1988. Played Mrs. Forester in "The Outside Woman" in 1989. Played Ruby Hurley in "Bayou Ghost" in 1997.
The cast of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman - 1974 includes: Teddy Airhart as Sheriff Guidry Ted Arroyo as Tee-Bob Odetta as Big Laura Eric Brown as Jimmy Age 7 Noel Cazenave as Long-Haired Boy Woody Chambliss as Freedom Investigator Barbara Chaney as Amma Dean Richard Dysart as Master Bryant Joel Fluellen as Unc Isom James Goodman as Mr. Clyde Jerry Green as Etienne Will Hare as Elbert Cluveau Katherine Helmond as Lady at… Read More
She was born a slave nd outcame many difficult things in her life changed her name from her slave name to Jane married a man name joe pittman and kept his last name even though he died from a white devil horse and after the boy she raised and called her son died , She was the first African-American to drink out of an " Whites Only" fountain . That is how she became famouse
Warren Kenner has: Played Undetermined Role in "In the Heat of the Night" in 1967. Played Willie in "The Night of the Strangler" in 1972. Played Job in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Performed in "Mandingo" in 1975. Performed in "Sounder, Part 2" in 1976. Performed in "Obsession" in 1976. Played Surrey Driver in "Mirrors" in 1978. Played Clyde Perry in "In the Heat of the Night" in 1988. Played Gentleman on… Read More
Miss Jane Marple
Miss Scatcherd is one of the teachers at Lowood.
Al Scott has: Played Sheriff Beesom in "Natchez Trace" in 1960. Played Tom in "Wild Guitar" in 1962. Played Cafeteria Manager - Texas in "Midnight Cowboy" in 1969. Played Ferry Captain in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Played Capt. Stammers in "Thieves Like Us" in 1974. Played Master of Ceremonies in "Ode to Billy Joe" in 1976. Played Barnett in "Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry" in 1978. Played Judge in "Barn… Read More
Agatha Christie wrote the Miss. Marple stories.
Agatha Christie created Miss Jane Marple
Mrs. Hurst and Miss Bingley feel pretty much the same about Jane, though Miss Bingley is a little bit closer, and Jane admires Miss Bingley more than Mrs. Hurst. Mrs. Hurst for the most part is not impressed with Jane, with her family, nor her connections. She declares her to be a sweet girl, but that's about it. She happily attempts to pull her brother away from Jane, and eager for him to love Miss… Read More
Jane Duncan has written: 'My friends the Miss Boyds, a novel'
Yeah. I really miss her and so do many of my friends.
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there is a girl contacting me under the name miss jane duncan from a camp in senegal claiming she is an orphan
Eric Brown has: Played Jimmy Age 7 in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" in 1974. Performed in "The Dain Curse" in 1978. Played Philly in "Private Lessons" in 1981. Played Chris Gallen in "Remington Steele" in 1982. Played Ed in "CBS Schoolbreak Special" in 1984. Played Arnie in "Home" in 1987. Played David Lee Shepherd in "Video Murders" in 1988. Played James in "Waxwork" in 1988. Played Steven in "Rock-A-Die Baby" in 1989. Played… Read More
The cast of Mr. Squiggle and Friends - 1959 includes: Gina Curtis as Miss Gina (1959-1960) Terry Dowling as himself Terry Dowling as Himself (1979-1982) Jane Fennell as Miss Jane Jane Fennell as Miss Jane (1975-1986) Roxanne Kimmorley as Roxanne (1986- 1989) Susan Lloyd as Miss Sue (1975) Patricia Lovell as Miss Pat (1960-1975) Mikey Robins as Reg Linchpin (1989-1990)