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Sport of the Gods

Sport of the Gods - 99 edition

Sport of the Gods (ISBN10: 0451527550; ISBN13: 9780451527554)
ISBN13: 978-0451527554
ISBN10: 0451527550
Edition/Copyright: 99
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Signet Classics
Published: 12/28/1999
International: No

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paperback New York. 1999. Signet/New American Library. 1st Signet Classic Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 160 pages. December 1999. 2755. paperback. 0451527550. [ 2755 ]. keywords: Signet moreClassic Paperback Black America Poetry Literature. inventory # 33683. FROM THE PUBLISHER-In this extraordinary novel, Paul Laurence Dunbar tells the story of a displaced Southern family's struggle to survive and prosper in early Harlem. The Sport Of The Gods was one of the first novels to depict the harsh realities of ghetto life, and the revolutionary truths it uncovered still resonate today. 'I should feel that he had made the strongest claim for the negro in English literature that the negro has yet made. He has at least produced something that, however we may critically disagree about it, we cannot well refuse to enjoy. '--William Dean Howells. 'Poet Laureate of the Negro Race. '--Booker T. Washington. Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872-1906) was born to two former slaves. While working as an elevator operator, less
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