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Negro in Literature and Art in the United States
Benjamin Griffith Brawley
June 1981 by Scholarly Pr .
Written in English
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In a booklet, "The Negro in Literature and Art," appeared in Atlanta, privately printed. The little work contained only sixty pages. The reception accorded it, however, was even more cordial than I had hoped it might be, and the limited edition was soon exhausted.
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