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An edition of Black American literature (1969)

Black American literature

fiction
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This edition published in by C. E. Merrill Pub. Co. in Columbus, Ohio.

Written in English

142 pages

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Cover of: Black American literature
Black American literature: fiction
1969, C. E. Merrill Pub. Co.
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Table of Contents

Po' Sandy, by C. W. Chesnutt.
The mortification of the flesh, by P. L. Dunbar.
Mr. Cornelius Johnson, office-seeker, by P. L. Dunbar.
Fern, by J. Toomer.
Cordelia the crude, by W. Thurman.
Sweat, by Z. Hurston.
Thank you, M'am, by L. Hughes.
Last whipping, by L. Hughes.
Christmas song, by L. Hughes.
The man who was almost a man, by R. Wright.
My brother went to college, by F. Yerby.
Mister Toussan, by R. Ellison.
The man child, by J. Baldwin.
The only man on Liberty Street, by W. M. Kelley.
Debut, by K. Hunter.
Bibliography (p. 141-142)

Edition Notes

Series
Charles E. Merrill program in American literature. Charles E. Merrill literary texts

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.5/08
Library of Congress
PZ1.T865 Bl, PS647.N35 Bl

The Physical Object

Pagination
ix, 142 p.
Number of pages
142

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL4433383M
Internet Archive
blackamericanlit00turn
ISBN 10
067509500X
LC Control Number
79082446
Library Thing
5869725
Goodreads
3614321

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