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Black on black : Baby Sister and selected writings

Author: Chester B Himes
Publisher: London : Joseph, 1975.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chester B Himes
ISBN: 0718113594 9780718113599
OCLC Number: 2303176
Description: 287 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Baby sister, a Black Greek tragedy.--Nine short stories: A Nigger. Tang. The night's for cryin'. Headwaiter. Port chop paradise. Lunching at the Ritzmore. In the night. Heaven has changed. Cotton gonna kill me yet.--Four essays written during the Second World War: Now is the time! Here is the place! Zoot riots are race riots. If you're scared, go home! Negro martyrs are needed.--Eight short stories: All God's chillun got pride. Christmas gift. All he needs is feet. One more way to die. Black laughter. Da-Da-dee. Mama's missionary money. Prediction.
Responsibility: Chester Himes.

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