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Araminta and the Coyotes by Paul Metcalf - Paperback - First - 1991 - from Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center Bookstore and

Araminta and the Coyotes

by Paul Metcalf

Condition: As New/Fine

Jargon 109.
The sixth book of Paul Metcalf's narrative fiction to be published by the Jargon Society, involving, among other things, the reconstructing of the story of American legend Harriet Tubman. Bound in stiff black paper wrappers with glossy pictorial dust jacket featuring a painting by Mary Tillman Smith on the front, and author photo on the back by Jonathan Williams.


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