London: Cassell, 1959. Hardcover. xi, 178p., dj slightly worn and dust-soiled with an inchlong tear rear panel. Foreword by Robert Graves. The Jamaica-born African American writer's 15 stories offer numerous vignettes of African American life in the US.
Anderson was born in Panama of Jamaican parents, was schooled in Kingston, NYC at Columbia, and Paris at the Sorbonne. His three WWII years in an all-Black battalion give some of the material here.