Great Black Writers: Biographies
Open Hand Publishing, LLC, 2002 - 63 pages
This book contains brief biographies of six well-known African American writers: Ida Wells-Barnett, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, Alex Haley, James Baldwin, and Lorraine Hansberry. Includes archival photos.
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