Acceptable. 1954 Hardcover 1st. 191 p. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Some edge wear to book and DJ; A tight solid book, DJ in protective Mylar sleeve, unclipped.; 191 pages; "James Oggen was fifty, secure, respected-and totally unprepared for the bizarre and terrifying odyssey he was to undertake. For suddenly, fantastically-James Oggen, white, became a NEGRO...frightened, bitter figure of a man lost in am American limbo-a creature hounded by the taboos and fetishes of two worlds, but at home in neither"
160p., lightly-worn first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps. A fictional account of a white man who turns black and is arrested and charged with raping a white woman. First published in hardcover by Padell in 1954. Predates "Black Like Me" by seven years and "Watermelon Man" by sixteen years. Paperback.
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