New York: The Dial Press, 1965. First Edition. Octavo. 249(1)pp., The first "collections" of Baldwin's works, three of which have never before been published. The life in Harlem during the 60's where there were lynching's, racism and segregation. The author writes with honesty of what was happening in America during this period. Bound in goldenrod paper covered boards lettered in black backed in yellow cloth, spine lettering black, previous owner's name and stamp. A very good copy in very good unclipped dust jacket.
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