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Holton, Sylvia Wallace

Down home and uptown; the representation of black speech in American fiction

Down home and uptown;
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Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Rutherford. 1984, 216p., dj. Historical essay, black speech as rendered by white and black authors, starting with Edgar Allen Poe and running up through Ismael Reed.

Cat.No: 94955

Price: $17.00

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