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A classic of African-American fiction, Chester Himes's tale of a young black man who becomes a union organizer during WWII examines major problems in American life: racism, anti-Semitism, labor strife, and corruption.
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Book Description The Chatham Bookseller, Chatham, N.J., 1973. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good -. No Jacket. The second novel by Himes (1909-1984), first published by Knopf in 1947. Bound in green cloth-covered boards with gold lettering on the spine. Ex-library, with stamps on title and dedication page; pocket removed; inked "WD" on top page edges. Textblock unmarked, book is tight and square. Mylar protected. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 003832
Book Description The Chatham Bookseller, Chatham, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. A very good copy of the hard cover edition, lacking a dust-jacket. Previous owner's name in ink atop front free endpaper, with embossed bookplate to base of title page; else the text is wholly unmarked, pristine, and the binding bright and fresh in appearance. A lovely copy. Seller Inventory # 011302
Book Description Chatham Bookseller December 1946, 1946. Hardcover. Condition: Used - Good. Wrapped in complimentary Brodart dust jacket protector. Some foxing. Slight chips on dust jacket. Otherwise a nice, clean copy. Seller Inventory # 213988
Book Description Chatham Bookseller, 1947. Textbook Binding. Condition: Used - Like New. Hardback without dustjacket. 1973 Reissue. Minimal shelfwear to book & cover. SKU-6135800 1947-01. Seller Inventory # SKU-6135800