Amistad 1: Writings On Black History & Culture

Williams, John A. & Harris, Charles F. (editors)

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New York. 1970. Random House. 1st Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 24. 308 pages. September 1970. hardcover. Cover: Romare Bearden. keywords:. inventory # 16654. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘This first issue should leave no doubt in anyone’s mind from what sector of American life tin most penetrating thinking and writing is now coming. Amistad challenges American arts and letters by presenting alternative interpretations of America and the West, with particular emphasis in this issue on history and literature. Gayle’s essay is a fine example of the black esthetic at work, questioning the unquestioned assumption and providing a long overdue reassessment and evaluation of American literature. This essay should become mandatory reading In American literature courses. It is that important. Amistad has made an exciting beginning, and its impact on college campuses as well as the white literary and academic establishment should be profound.’ - New York Times Book Review. Includes essays and contributions by Addison Gayle, Jr. C.L.R. James, John A. Williams, George Davis, Ishmael Reed, Calvin C. Hernton, Oliver Jackman, Vincent Harding, and Verta Grosvenor. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Amistad 1: Writings On Black History & ...
Publisher: Random House
Publication Date: 1970
Binding: hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket
Edition: 1st Edition.

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Book Description Random House, 1970. hardcover. Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket. 1st edition. New York. 1970. September 1970. Random House. 1st Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 308 pages. hardcover. Cover: Romare Bearden. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘This first issue should leave no doubt in anyone’s mind from what sector of American life tin most penetrating thinking and writing is now coming. Amistad challenges American arts and letters by presenting alternative interpretations of America and the West, with particular emphasis in this issue on history and literature. Gayle’s essay is a fine example of the black esthetic at work, questioning the unquestioned assumption and providing a long overdue reassessment and evaluation of American literature. This essay should become mandatory reading In American literature courses. It is that important. Amistad has made an exciting beginning, and its impact on college campuses as well as the white literary and academic establishment should be profound.’ - New York Times Book Review. Includes essays and contributions by Addison Gayle, Jr. C.L.R. James, John A. Williams, George Davis, Ishmael Reed, Calvin C. Hernton, Oliver Jackman, Vincent Harding, and Verta Grosvenor. inventory #16643. Seller Inventory # z16643

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Book Description Random House, 1970. hardcover. 1st edition. New York. 1970. September 1970. Random House. 1st Edition. Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper & Small Glue Mark From Price Sticker On Front Endpaper, Otherwise Very Good In Dustjacket. 308 pages. hardcover. Cover: Romare Bearden. FROM THE PUBLISHER - ‘This first issue should leave no doubt in anyone’s mind from what sector of American life tin most penetrating thinking and writing is now coming. Amistad challenges American arts and letters by presenting alternative interpretations of America and the West, with particular emphasis in this issue on history and literature. Gayle’s essay is a fine example of the black esthetic at work, questioning the unquestioned assumption and providing a long overdue reassessment and evaluation of American literature. This essay should become mandatory reading In American literature courses. It is that important. Amistad has made an exciting beginning, and its impact on college campuses as well as the white literary and academic establishment should be profound.’ - New York Times Book Review. Includes essays and contributions by Addison Gayle, Jr. C.L.R. James, John A. Williams, George Davis, Ishmael Reed, Calvin C. Hernton, Oliver Jackman, Vincent Harding, and Verta Grosvenor. inventory #16607 Remainder Stamp On Front Free Endpaper & Small Glue Mark From Price Sticker On Front Endpaper, Otherwise Very Good In Dustjacket. Seller Inventory # z16607

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