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Fire on the Mountain -- with a New Introduction by Mumia Abu Jamal -- Signed by the Author

Bisson, Terry

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ISBN 10: 1604860871 / ISBN 13: 9781604860870
Published by PM Press; Spectacular Fiction, 2009
Condition: Collectible - Good+ Soft cover
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Good+ condition. Signed by Terry Bisson on the title page. Clean pages; outer page edges may show minor soiling. Tight binding. Minimal shelf wear and rubbing on the covers and spine. (Q87). Bookseller Inventory # 100126574

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Title: Fire on the Mountain -- with a New ...

Publisher: PM Press; Spectacular Fiction

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Collectible - Good+

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: New Edition

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Its 1959 in Socialist Virginia. The Deep South is an independent black nation called Nova Africa. The second mars expedition is about to touch down on the red planet and a pregant scientist is climbing the Blue Ridge in search of her great grandfather, a teenage slave who fought with John Brown in Harriet Tubman's guerilla army. Long unavailble in English, this bold novel tells the tale of what have happended if John Brown's raid on Harper's ferry had succeeded - and the civil war had been started by the abolitionists, not the slave owners.

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"To be sure, so-called alternative or counterfactual histories have gained popularity and a certain respectability; my personal favourite is Terry Bisson's Fire on the Mountain, in which John Brown's raid succeeds and a black socialist republic emerges in the South, as prosperous and superior in relation to its shrunken rust-belt northern neighbour as West Germany was to the East in the old days." --Frederic Jameson in The London Review of Books

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