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New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1996. Hardcover. xvi, 335p. + 16p. of portrait photos, first edition quarter-cloth boards in glossy dust jacket. Entirely sound and clean. The African American historian takes a sweeping overview on the impact of black thinkers on African American culture. Foreword by John Hope.....
New York: Vagabond Press, 1993. Spiral_bound. i, 124p., wraps, spiral bound, illus., two stains on rear wrap else very good first edition, Writings from the anonymously-published radical lesbian feminist underground publication that challenged "white women's complicity in both the on-going Black Genocide and the patriarchy's war against women." - rear.....
Paris: Mercure de France, 1939. Paperback. 214p., text in French, very good first trade edition, sewn textblock is bound in yellow printed wraps; minor edge toning, a tiny offset rust-spot to head of spine, else very good condition. Not in Grier. A collection of essays and poems. Trade edition, unknown.....
Milwaukee: German Department, University of Wisconsin, 1976. Paperback. 191p., softbound in 9x6 inch plain printed journal wraps, wraps worn and unevenly toned else good condition. Articles include "West German Interllectuals and Ideology", "Defining the Enemy of the State in West Germany", "Marcuse's Aesthetics", and "Assessing Neo-Marxist Aesthetics"
Milwaukee: German Department, University of Wisconsin, 1974-1986. Paperback. Thirty two issues various pagination 6x8.75 inches, a complete run for the numbers indicated above, all are shelf and edge worn, cover wraps are dirty with smudges and wear, issue No. 6 has noticipble bumping in corners, No. 21 has stain along.....
New York: Humanities Press, 1968. xxii, 261p., double-column text reproduced from typescript; first edition 11x8.5 inch buckram boards gilt-titled, rather worn round the edges, publisher's rubber-stamp on half-title giving AIMS series number else free of any marks, a sound copy. AIMS bibliographical series, no. 4.