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Claude McKay

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  • Banjo by Claude McKay
    Banjo (English, Paperback) $21.05
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  • A Long Way from Home by Claude McKay
    A Long Way from Home (English, Paperback)

    McKay's account of his long odyssey from Jamaica to Harlem and then on to France, Britain, North Africa, Russia, and finally back to America. As well as depicting his own experiences, the author describes his encounters with such notable personalities as Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, Leon Trotsky, W. E. B. Du Bois, Isadora Duncan, Paul Robeson, and Sinclair Lewis.

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  • Banjo by Claude McKay
    Banjo (English, Paperback)

    Lincoln Agrippa Daily, known on the 1920s Marseilles waterfront as ?Banjo,? prowls the rough waterfront bistros with his drifter friends, drinking, looking for women, playing music, fighting, loving, and talking - about their homes in Africa, the West Indies, or the american South and about being black.

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  • Harlem Shadows by Claude McKay
    Harlem Shadows (Hardback) $32.37 $37.95
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  • Banana Bottom by Claude McKay
    Banana Bottom (English, Paperback)

    A Jamaican girl, Bita Plant, who was adopted and sent to be educated in England by white missionary benefactors, returns to her native village of Banana Bottom and finds her black heritage at war with her newly acquired culture.

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  • Harlem Shadows by Claude McKay
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  • Banjo by Claude McKay
    Banjo (Hardback) $43.57
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  • Claude Mckay: Selected Poems by Claude McKay
    Claude Mckay: Selected Poems (English, Paperback)

    New compilation of verse by an important Jamaican-American poet. Dialect verse, standard English poems from Harlem Shadows, uncollected works, more. Edited and with an introduction by Joan R. Sherman.

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  • Home To Harlem by Claude McKay
    Home To Harlem (English, Paperback)

    A novel that gives voice to the alienation and frustration of urban blacks during an era when Harlem was in vogue

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  • Complete Poems by Claude McKay
    Complete Poems (English, Paperback)

    Contains 101 poems by Edgar Allan Poe, and their variants, including such gems as "The Raven," "The Bells," and "Annabel Lee," as well as the uncollected poems, fragments, verses that he published in the reviews he wrote, and the poems attributed to him.

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  • Complete Poems by Claude McKay
    Complete Poems (English, Paperback)

    The complete works of previously unpublished and published poetry of a pioneer of modern black writing

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  • Banana Bottom by Claude McKay
    Banana Bottom (Paperback)

    In the early 1900s, Bita Plant returns to Jamaica after seven years of European education to live with Malcolm and Priscilla Craig - the white missionary benefactors who helped her become a cultivated young woman. They have Bita's future mapped out: training at the mission and marrying a dedicated theological student. Reluctant to accept this fate, she is drawn back to the festivals, superstitious...

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  • A Long Way From Home by Claude McKay
    A Long Way From Home (English, Paperback)

    An autobiography that explains what it means to be a black ""rebel sojourner"" and presents the exposes of the Harlem Renaissance. This book challenges readers to rethink the author's articulation of identity, art, race, and politics and situate these topics in terms of his oeuvre and his literary contemporaries between the World Wars.

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