Modern Black Novelists: A Collection of Critical Essays
Michael G. Cooke
Prentice-Hall, 1971 - American fiction - 219 pages
Selected essays examine the nature and impact of contemporary fiction by such writers as Baldwin, Achebe, Ellisan and Wright.
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