224p., very good first edition in green cloth boards and unclipped dj with illustration drawn by Black Panther artist Emory Douglas. Jacket is slightly rubbed and edgeworn. Novel of Panafricanist American exiles in Egypt, where Du Bois (stepson of W. E. B. ) lived and taught from 1960 to 1972. Malcolm X makes an appearance, evidently drawn from life during "his last visit to Egypt." At time this was published Du Bois was an editor of the Black Panther Intercommunal News Service.
Good in Good jacket. Green cloth over boards with title stamped in gilt onto spine, 8vo (8 inches tall), pp. 224, stated first edition. Boards bumped at corners and along edges, creasing to top corner of first 16 pages; DJ good only with pea sized hole to front panel, 1" abrasion to spine, rubbing and edge wear, DJ not price-clipped but smudged from pen mark. An over-all good copy.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. First edition. Fine in near fine dustwrapper with a little rubbing and a couple of tiny tears. A nice copy of this uncommon novel of Black American expatriates living in Egypt in the 1960's, written by the stepson of W.E.B. DuBois.
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