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New York: Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1880. Hardcover. 521p. + 4p. ads, spine ends slightly worn. Boards somewhat soiled. Hinge starting at title page. Novel of the South set late in the Civil War, with considerable focus on race relations. The author, "Late Judge of the Superior Court of North.....
Geneva, Switzerland: World Council of Churches, 1968. Staplebound. 56p, illus, stapled wraps shelfworn with folded corners but cover intact, one word written in red ink in margin of p. 23, contributors include MLK colleague Vincent Harding and SF Bay Area minister James Alfred Smith, Risk.
Kent: Kent State University Libraries, 1968. Pamphlet. 16p., wraps, very good condition. Occasional papers, #1. Brown, an old friend of Wright's from Mississippi, remained one of the author's primary connections to that part of his past. These letters are part of the manuscript collection of the Kent State University Library.....
Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1960. Hardcover. 359p., evenly toned pages as is common with British publications, gift inscription on last free endpaper, otherwise a very good first UK/Australian edition in boards and unclipped dj with a small scrape on cover. Coming of age as a Negro boy in Mississippi.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1980. Hardcover. 294p., first edition, Very good in dj with a small 'poke' hole near the bottom of the spine, small piece of internal inexpert tape reinforcement covering hole. Ocean Springs, Mississippi born African American novelist, raised in the rural South and urban Detroit, now.....
Itta Bena MS: Yazoo River Press, 2006. 34p., staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch plain printed wraps, nice design and production underwritten by NEA, clean and sound, a very good copy. Haiku derived from the Delta's ambiance, especially the bird population, written while living with family there and teaching at Mississippi Valley State.....