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Jamaica Kincaid

By: Jamaica Kincaid: Modern Critical Views

Price: $95.00  $85.50

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA, Chelsea House Publishers: 1998

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: SIGNED By Subject

Seller ID: 6492

ISBN: 0791047814

Condition: Fine


Ths copy has been SIGNED by Jamaica Kincaid on the title page! This book offers a collection of the best criticism written on Jamaica Kincaid's work. One of more than 200 volumes in the series entitled Modern Critical Views, edited by Harold Bloom and published by Chelsea House. These volumes are a collection of the best contemporary criticism on the most widely read playwrights, poets and novelists of the Western World. View more info

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See What Can be Done

By: Moore, Lorrie

Price: $75.00  $67.50

Publisher: New York, New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 2018

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 8600

ISBN: 1524732486

Condition: Fine


This copy of "See What Can Be Done" has been SIGNED by Lorrie Moore from her appearance at the Free Library of Philadelphia on April 10, 2018! A welcome surprise of more than sixty prose pieces gathered together for the first time by one of America's most revered and admired novelists and short-story writers. These sixty-six pieces--essays, reviews, and musings--are Moore's distinctive, always wry and knowing take as she immerses herself in seeing what others ha... View more info

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Blackness and Modernism: The Literary Career of John Edgar Wideman

By: Wideman, John Edgar [Subject] : By James W. Coleman

Price: $125.00  $112.50

Publisher: Jackson, Mississippi, Univ Press of Mississippi: 1989

Edition: First Edition/First Printing

Inscription: SIGNED By Subject

Seller ID: 6495

ISBN: 0878053913

Condition: Fine


This copy has been SIGNED by John Edgar Wideman on the title page! Diring his career as a writer-intellectual, John Edgar Wideman in his personal life has overcome feelings of alienation from the black community and had reoriented himself as a participant in black culture. Coleman identifies three main stages in Wideman's career: the early books; the Homewood trilogy; and the recent books. Included in this work is Coleman's interview with Wideman, conducted in 1988. View more info