The Marrow of Tradition
Penguin, 1 feb. 1993 - 400 pagini
Based on a historically accurate account of the Wilmington, North Carolina, "race riot" of 1898, African-American author Charles W. Chesnutt's innovative novel is a passionate portrait of the betrayal of black culture in America.
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