Mamba's daughters: a novel of Charleston
"In this classic novel first published in 1929, DuBose Heyward offers a perceptive commentary on the pursuit of freedom and identity among blacks and whites in a segregated society. Mamba's Daughters reveals the inside world of Charleston high society while it penetrates the culture of the city's African-American population."--Pbk. cover.
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