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  • MIDDLE PASSAGES. by Brathwaite, Kamu.
    Brathwaite, Kamu.
    MIDDLE PASSAGES.

    Edition: 2nd printing - trade paperback.

    New York: New Directions, (1993.). A collection of poems on the effects of the middle passage of slavery on the New World, which celebrate great musicians (Ellington, Bessie Smith and others), poets, heroes of the resistance, and Third World leaders. 120 pp. ISBN: 0-8112-12327.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 44710
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  • BONE. by Daley-Ward, Yrsa,
    Daley-Ward, Yrsa,
    BONE.

    Edition: First thus- a trade paperback.

    New York: Penguin, (2017). SIGNED first edition - First collection of poetry by this writer of West Indian and West African ancestry who was born in England. Originally issued in 2014, this edition includes additional poems and a new introduction by Kiese Laymon. SIGNED on the title page. 141 pp. ISBN: 978-0143132615.

    Condition: Fine (a new copy) in printed red wrappers.

    Book ID: 71443
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  • WAITING IN THE TWILIGHT. by Riley, Joan.
    Riley, Joan.
    WAITING IN THE TWILIGHT.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    London: The Women's Press, (1987). First edition - Second novel by this Jamaican born writer, the story of a woman's struggle for dignity against a background of urban racism. A book which "pulls no punches in the effort to portray the 'the forgotten and unglamorous section of my people' within a system which 'openly and systematically discriminates' against them." 165 pp plus 5 pp publisher's ads. ISBN: 0-704340232.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 79237
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  • ROMANCE. by Riley, Joan.
    Riley, Joan.
    ROMANCE.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    London: The Women's Press, (1988). First edition - Third novel by this Jamaican born writer, the story of two sisters "who could hardly be more different" - Verona is bright and capable, but defiantly fat and immersed in Mills and Boon romance novels, while Desiree is disatisfied with her live and mother and housewife. When John's grandparents arrive from Jamaica, life in Croyden gets a thorough shakeup and both sisters begin to rethink their lives. 231 pp. ISBN: 0-704341018.

    Condition: Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 79238
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