1929. Illustrated by Aaron Douglas. Douglass, one of the greatest of the Harlem Renaissance artists, created eight illustrations for Morand's account of his 30,000 mile journey through 28 Negro countries, including Africa, the Caribbean, the American South, and Harlem. Translator Miles credits the NAACP's Walter White with the rendering of American Negro speech in certain of these stories.
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