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Havana: Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba, Abril de 1971. Paperback. 202p., prologue, introduction, illustrations, text in Spanish, lightly worn first edition trade paperback in stiff pictorial wraps with worn matching dj. From the personal library of Piri Thomas with his business card laid-in.
Berlin: Verlag Volk und Welt, 1952. Hardcover. 147p., foreword, German/Spanish glossary, text in German, very good first German-language edition of "El Son Entero" in cloth boards and lightly-worn unclipped dj. Light pencil sketch with German title on front free endpaper. Afro-Cuban poet, member of the Communist Party and National Poet...
New York: Lourdes Casal Library, Center for Cuban Studies, 1990. Paperback. ii, 81p., frontis-portrait of the poet, personal inscription in Spanish signed by the poet, bilingual text in Spanish and English, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Afro-Cuban poet living in London.
Barcelona: Bosch, Casa Editorial, 1970. Paperback. 64p., text in Spanish, very good slim paperback in pictorial wraps. Cuban American poet/author. Poetry with some Afro-Cuban material. Sanchez-Boudy, who has lived outside Cuba since the 1940s, is well-known for his works on Afro-Cuban life in particular. See the entry on him in...
Barcelona: Bosch, Casa Editorial, 1969. Paperback. 48p., text in Spanish, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Cuban American poet/author. Sanchez-Boudy, who has lived outside Cuba since the 1940s, is well-known for his works on Afro-Cuban life in particular. See the entry on him in Nicolás Kanellos, Biographical.....
New York: The Kulchur Foundation, 1976. Paperback. 128p., wraps, 10x7 inches, with minor stain and wear else very good condition, first edition, warm inscription signed by Torregian on title page to a former girlfriend, also included are two letters (one a long break-up letter) and a love note all handwritten...
Havana: la Filial del Instituto de Historia del Partido Comunista de Cuba. 79p., 8.5x9 inches, text in Spanish, illustrated with drawings and photos, lengthy inscription to "The Black Scholar" (Robert Allen's copy) signed by Vento, very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.