A Field Negroes Handbook

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iUniverse, 2005 - Social Science - 92 pages
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"A Field Negroes Handbook" is the first work from author Napoleon Wells and takes a hard look at issues of manhood, fidelity, responsibility and survival within the African American community. Written in prose, poetry and essay formats "A Field Negroes Handbook" has the feel of a journey on a winding road where hard questions are posed, difficult observations are made and answers are offered.

How does a young Black man view the world around him and his place in his community? "A Field Negroes Handbook" explores what that viewpoint may be.

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