London: M. Joseph, 1964. First UK edition. Hardcover. Octavo in salmon pink DJ, 165 pages ; 23 cm. Extremely gently rubbed corners, extremely mild rubbing to spine head and foot, light soiling and spotting to five front endpapers including title page, faint soiling to fore-edge, light spotting to top and rear fore-edges, bright pages in tight binding, nine-inch coffe stain to rear DJ, light soiling to DJ, mostly to rear DJ, sunned and lightly soiled DJ spine, extremely mild rubbing to DJ spiine head and foot, less than quarter-inch circular tear to DJ spine, very mild rubbing to DJ corners, else Near Fine(-) in Very Good DJ. Item #91246
Contents: Everybody's protest novel -- Many thousands gone -- Carmen Jones: the dark is light enough -- The Harlem ghetto -- Journey to Atlanta -- Notes of a Native Son -- Encounter on the Seine: Black meets Brown -- A question of identity -- Equal in Paris -- Stranger in the village. African Americans, Autobiography. || DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve.
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