The Autobiography Of An Ex Colored Man
As soon as we landed, four of us went directly to a lodging-house in 27th Street, just west of Sixth Avenue. The house was run by a short, stout mulatto man, who was exceedingly talkative and inquisitive. In fifteen minutes he not only knew the history of the past life of each one of us, but had a clearer idea of what we intended to do in the future than we ourselves.
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Review: The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored ManUser Review - Elijah Short - Goodreads
They synopsis was relatable — perhaps I say this being a colored man as well; don't know how much of an ex one I am. Yet, nonetheless, I found it rather bland and unmoving. In the introduction Carl ... Read full review
Review: The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored ManUser Review - Eugenie - Goodreads
Beautifully written but .........I may write a full review sometime. Read full review