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African-American Writers (A to Z of African Americans) by Philip Bader,Catherine Reef

By Philip Bader,Catherine Reef

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African-American Writers, Revised variation profiles renowned and fashionable African-American writers throughout many genres of literature. each one access during this completely revised source presents a biographical profile, focusing on the key literary works and accomplishments of every writer in addition to an overview of his or her contributions to American literature. A normal bibliography and topic indexes entire the text.

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