Langston Hughes — The Weary Blues

350,00 DKK

“Langston Hughes was known as one of the most prominent and influential figures of the Harlem Renaissance, a rebirth movement of African Americans in the arts during the 1920s. He wrote about the world around him, giving a voice to African Americans during a time of segregation. Hughes was both a contributor and supporter of his fellow African-American writers. Collectively, they changed the way the world viewed African Americans because of their talents and ability to capture real life and turn it into art”

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“With an Introduction by Carl Van Vechten”. – New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945 (1926). Small 8vo in the original publishers yellow clothed hardcover with dark green lettering and matching colored top-edge. 107 (2) pp. Tenth Printing 1945, originally first edition in bookform was published January 1926, previously appearing in the Urban League magazine, Opportunity.

Well preserved clean and tight copy in the original binding

Langston Hughes — The Weary Blues

350,00 DKK

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