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Blacker the Berry

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ISBN-10: 0020547501

ISBN-13: 9780020547501

Edition: Reprint 

Authors: Wallace Thurman, Charles R. Larson, Thurman B. O'Daniel

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One of the most widely read and controversial works of the Harlem Renaissance, The Blacker the Berry...was the first novel to openly explore prejudice within the Black community. This pioneering novel found a way beyond the bondage of Blackness in American life to a new meaning in truth and beauty. Emma Lou Brown's dark complexion is a source of sorrow and humiliation -- not only to herself, but to her lighter-skinned family and friends and to the white community of Boise, Idaho, her home-town. As a young woman, Emma travels to New York's Harlem, hoping to find a safe haven in the Black Mecca of the 1920s. Wallace Thurman re-creates this legendary time and place in rich detail, describing…    
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Book details

Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Weight: 0.308
Language: English