Harlem Stomp! A Cultural History of the Harlem Renaissance
by Hill, Laban Carrick; Giovanni, Nikki (foreword)
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Full-color illustrated paper over boards; in matching dust jacket; 4to; pp. 151, richly illustrated in b/w and full-color throughout. Inscribed by the poet Nikki Giovanni on the title-page: "For Grandpa Alf -- with much love, Nikki Giovanni / 3 November 2003" and with a typed, signed letter from her to Alf, mentioning the Miami Game ("We were beautiful" -- this cataloguer hopes she's referring to the Heat) and an upcoming CAT scan. Spine tips and corners lightly rubbed, otherwise book is fine, in lightly rubbed dust jacket. A colorful and boldly designed look at the Harlem Renaissance, including the great migration, social and political history, music and dance, theater, visual arts, and the Harlem Riots. With a bibliography and index. (Inventory #: D14229)
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