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Inscribed by the author on front endpaper: "To Mr. & Mrs. Edward Winslow, in appreciation of an exceedingly pleasant homeward trip together, Cordially, George Work, San Francisco, July 1936." 351 pp.; 8vo; 12mo; black cloth lettered & ruled in white; no dust jacket.
Novel with African-American characters; much of the dialogue is in dialect. Work, a San Francisco lawyer, was born near Jackson, Mississippi, on a plantation which had been owned by his grandfather and his father. He spent part of his childhood in Mississippi and was reared in Texas.
Title: White Man's Harvest.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, Heath Cranton Ltd.: 1932
Book Condition: Tiny dimple to cloth, front cover; white lettering on spine partially rubbed off; very light offset to endpapers; otherwise a bright, near fine copy.
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 1226
Keywords: Literature Fiction Black Literature African American Literature