Frye Street & environs; the collected works of Marita Bonner
by Bonner, Marita. edited and introduced by Joyce Flynn and Joyce Occomy Stricklin
Boston: Beacon Press, 1987. Hardcover. xxix, 286p., first printing, very good in dj with hint of fading to spine. Black women writers. Boston born and education, Bonner, a member of Georgia Doouglas Johnson's 'S' salon in !920s Washington, wrote short stories, essays and plays for both OPPORTUNITY and the CRISIS for the fifteen years before the outbreak of World War II. After moving to Chicago in 1930s, she became an acitivist as well as a writer, and her fictions reflect her social concerns. This collection, brought together in part by her daughter Joyce Occomy Stricklin, represents the first appearance of her works in book form. (Inventory #: 22406)
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