Brothers and sisters: modern stories by Black Americans
Macmillan, 1970 - Fiction - 237 pages
Sonny's blues, by J. Baldwin.--Maud Martha and New York, by G. Brooks.--The boy who painted Christ black, by J. H. Clarke.--Marigolds, by E. Collier.--Cotton Alley, by P. Crayton.--Rain God, by H. Dumas.--Mother Dear and Daddy, by J. Edwards.--The death of Clifton, by R. Ellison.--A love song for seven little boys called Sam, by C. H. Fuller, Jr.--The sky is gray, by E. J. Gaines.--The library, by N. Giovanni.--The mountain, by M. Hamer.--African morning, by L. Hughes.--The poker party, by W. M. Kelley.--The death of Tommy Grimes, by R. J. Meaddough III.--Neighbors, by D. Oliver.--Blackbirds in a cage, by C. Rodgers.--from A bear for the F.F.I., by M. Van Peebles.--The figure eight, by J. Williams.--The man who was almost a man, by R. Wright.
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