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Callaloo : A Black South Journal of Arts and Letters 17 (Volume 6, Number 1; February 1983) - inciudes a Special Section on Aime Cesaire : Caribbean Poet by  et al  Nathaniel Mackey - Paperback - 1st edition - 1983 - from Philip Smith, Bookseller (SKU: M2915)

Callaloo : A Black South Journal of Arts and Letters 17 (Volume 6, Number 1; February 1983) - inciudes a Special Section on Aime Cesaire : Caribbean Poet

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Callaloo : A Black South Journal of Arts and Letters 17 (Volume 6, Number 1; February 1983) - inciudes a Special Section on Aime Cesaire : Caribbean Poet

by Rowell, Charles H. (ed.), Aime Cesaire, Clayton Eshleman, Annette Smith, John Edgar Wideman, Brenda Marie Osbey, Charles Johnson, Nathaniel Mackey, et al

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Lexington, KY: Callaloo, 1983. 1st edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket (as issued). VG. 8vo, [ii]+190pp, printed wrappers. This scarce early issue of Callaloo includes a special section devoted to Aime Cesaire. Unmarked copy, light reading wear, some rubbing to covers.

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Bookseller
Philip Smith, Bookseller US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
M2915
Title
Callaloo : A Black South Journal of Arts and Letters 17 (Volume 6, Number 1; February 1983) - inciudes a Special Section on Aime Cesaire : Caribbean Poet
Author
Rowell, Charles H. (ed.), Aime Cesaire, Clayton Eshleman, Annette Smith, John Edgar Wideman, Brenda Marie Osbey, Charles Johnson, Nathaniel Mackey, et al
Format/binding
Soft cover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
No Jacket (as issued)
Edition
1st edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Lexington, KY: Callaloo
Date published
1983
Keywords
Callaloo A Black South Journal of Arts and Letters 17 Volume 6 Number 1 February 1983 Charles H. Rowell Aime Cesaire Caribbean Poet Martinique Clayton Eshleman Annette Smith John Edgar Wideman Brenda Marie Osbey Charles Johnson Nathaniel Mackey African-Am
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Black Culture;

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Philip Smith, Bookseller

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We specialize in rare and unusual items in Metaphysics and Spirituality, Literature, Art, Cinema, Social Movements, Octavo Editions, and interdisciplinary areas.

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