The groundbreaking Harlem Renaissance novel about prejudice within the black communityEmma Lou Morgan's skin is black - 'too black', as the narrator writes at the beginning of The Blacker the Berry. Tired of the scorn and contempt of her classmates, teachers, friends and even family, she leaves her hometown of Boise, Idaho, travelling first to Los Angeles and then to Harlem, New York, in search of a community to which she can belong. In Harlem, Emma Lou finds an exciting, vibrant scene of nightclubs and dance halls and ...

The Blacker the Berry 2018, Penguin Classics, London

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The Blacker the Berry 2015, Martino Fine Books

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The Blacker the Berry 2008, Dover Publications, Mineola, NY

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The Blacker the Berry 2004, Xpress, London, England

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Blacker the Berry... 1996, Touchstone Books, New York, NY

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The Blacker the Berry... 1996, Turtleback Books

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Blacker the Berry 1978, Beaufort Books

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Blacker the Berry... 1970, Scribner Book Company

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