THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS. Bernardo Ruiz SUAREZ.
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS
THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS

THE COLOR QUESTION IN THE TWO AMERICAS

New York: The Hunt Publishing Co., 1922. Hardcover. 12mo (7 in, 17.8 cm). [15] 16-111 [blank]; frontis. port. Translation by John Crosby Gordon from original Spanish [manuscript].

First and only edition: "Divided into seventeen short thematic chapters, The Color Question in the Two Americas surveyed the sociopolitical condition of Afro-Cubans and African-Americans in the volatile decades following emancipation." - Blain et al., New Perspectives on the Black Intellectual Tradition. "Harlem Renaissance, a blossoming (c. 1918-37) of African American culture, particularly in the creative arts, and the most influential movement in African American literary history." - britannica com.

OCLC. Green buckram with black lettering to upper panel. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Spine ends rubbed, top edge of eight consecutive leaves with very short closed tear not affecting text, endpapers toned. Well-preserved, tight, and clean first edition of Dr. Bernardo Ruiz Suarez's nonfiction contribution to the Harlem Renaissance. Very good+ with no dust jacket. Item #1098

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