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Ghetto '68
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Ghetto '68

by Battle, Sol (editor)

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New York, NY: Panther House Limited, 1968. Second Printing. Guzman, Miguel. An anthology of poetry by 12 writers from the Workshop for Young Writers in East Harlem. Includes 16 black and white illustrations by Miguel Guzman. Per a review of the work we found on JSTOR: "All the contributors share at least four experiences. They are young, adolescent (the youngest is fifteen); they are 'ghetto cats'; they are American negroes, which is almost the same thing; and they are writers. These are four distinct kinds of suffering..." Pp. 96. Perfect binding, glossy paper wraps with tissue-like paper jacket. A few faint stains and light edge wear to jacket, inner gutters browned along first and last few leaves. Else clean, fresh, very good. Seller inventory # 52031.
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Kovave: A Journal of New Guinea Literature (Vol. I, No. 1, November 1969)
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Kovave: A Journal of New Guinea Literature (Vol. I, No. 1, November 1969)

by [Beier, Ulli]

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Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Jacaranda Press, 1969. [Beier, Ulli]. Kovave: A Journal of New Guinea Literature (Vol. I, No. 1, November 1969). Boroko, Papua New Guinea: Jacaranda Press, 1969. Ulli Beier (1922-2011) was a German scholar, writer and editor who taught at the University of Ibadan and was largely credited with developing literature, drama and poetry in Nigeria. He left Nigeria during the 1966 civil war and fostered budding writers at the University of Papua New Guinea. He established Kovave there in 1969; it was said to be not only the University's but the country's first literary journal. This rare first issue provided notes on its contributors, which included students and instructors at the University as well as Don Laycock, a linguist at the Australian National University, and Marjorie Crocombe, a Cook Islander, author and instructor of Pacific history. There were traditional songs, poems, fiction, a book review, a play and fantastic illustrations by New Guinea artists. 9.5" x 7.25"… Read More
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