Book has very minor wear at corners and foot of spine, interior is NF. Dust jacket is sunned along the top edges and there are several small tears on the top. Spine is a little sunned. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 134 pages; Autobiography with opinions in which the 77-year-old author explores his life and its interplay with whites. Interesting consideration of the black man's place in 20th century society. Blockson 3118. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Interpositionulification What the Negro May ...
Publisher: Comet Press
Publication Date: 1959
Book Condition: Very Good+
Edition: First Edition; First Printing.
Book Description New York: A Milestone Book / Comet Press Books, 1959. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 12mo. volume. B&W illustrations. Condition: minor wear & soiling to DJ; upper corners bumped; minor insect damage to cloth binding; else good. 134 pages. Seller Inventory # 303498
Book Description Comet Press, New York, 1959. Hardcover. 134p., foreword, illustrations, very good in cloth and blue dj. Personal inscription signed by the author with corrections in his hand on several pages. A Milestone Book. Autobiography of growing up African American in the Deep South by a retired octogenarian Postal employee from Georgia. This copy differs greatly from the edition published by American Press. There are textual differences throughout (example: in the forward to the AP edition, a sentence reads "Since color alone." while in this copy it reads "Since complexion alone." A poem about the KKK is excised in this edition, and illustratons are present in this edition. The foreword is shortened. It is unclear which edition holds precedence. Seller Inventory # 135940