WHY ARE WE SO BLEST? Ayi Kwei ARMAH.
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?
WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?

WHY ARE WE SO BLEST?

Garden City, (New York): Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1972. Hardcover. 8vo (8.4 in, 21.3 cm). [11] 12-288 pp.

First edition stated: "Modin is an African, a scholarship student at an American University. In the candor of his youth he probes his world--Africa: the immense, senseless poverty of millions damned; America: the immense, senseless wealth of the blessed." - front flap.

OCLC. Black cloth spine with bright gilt titling, tan cloth sides. Tan endpapers. Rear cover with two minor stains; jacket edgeworn, lightly soiled, and rear upper corner torn at spine. Near fine in very good jacket. Item #1104

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