The Best Short Stories by Black Writers: The Classic Anthology from 1899 to 1967
Little, Brown, 1967 - Fiction - 508 pages
Presents a comprehensive anthology of short stories written by African-American writers between 1899 and 1967 including Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, Willard Motley, and others.
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