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Boston. 1987. Northeastern University Press. Reprinted Paperback Edition. Very Good In Wrappers. 5 x 8. 340 pages. paperback. ISBN: 9781555530242. inventory # 41216. FROM THE PUBLISHER-Northeastern Library of Black Literature Foreword by Wayne F. Cooper. First published in 1928 and long out of print, this classic novel gives voice to the alienation and frustration of urban blacks during an era when Harlem was in vogue. With sensual, often brutal accuracy, Claude McKay traces the parallel paths of two very different young men struggling to find their way through the suspicion and prejudice of American society in the early twentieth century. At the same time, this stark but moving story touches on the central themes of the Harlem Renaissance, including the urgent need for unity and identity among ordinary blacks-for a common thread even though ‘we ain't nonetall the same. ' ‘A notable contribution, this, to American literature. '-Chicago Daily Tribune. ‘Here is realism, stark, awful but somehow beautiful. McKay has left no stone unturned, no detail unmentioned in this telling of things as they are. '-New York Herald Tribune. ‘Home to Harlem is a book to invoke pity and terror. ' – Bookman.
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