- Keyword = revolution
Edition: First US printing.
New York: Viking, (1981) dj. Hardcover first edition - Novel by this Nobel laureate, set in a wartorn South Africa, in which a white family takes refuge at the home of July, their former servant, and find the master/servant roles reversed. 160 pp. ISBN: 0-670-410489.
Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket (remainder line, edgewear to dj)Book ID: 60637More details Price: $14.50
BLACK FIRE: A Story of Henri Christophe.
Edition: Later printing.
New York: Longmans, Green and Co (1957, c 1940) dj. Hardcover - A fictionalized account of Christophe, a leader of the Haitian Revolution, who was born a slave in 1767 and died a king, written for older children and young adults.Illustrated with drawings at the head of each chapter by Avery Johnson, who also illustrated the wraparound dust jacket. Author's note, bibliography. xii, 276 pp.
Condition: Ex-library in poor condition with the usual markings, and significant wear (tear to the margins of several pages, not affecting the text, missing front endpaper) in a good dust jacket (spine label)Book ID: 79257More details Price: $17.50
CHE ON MY MIND.
Edition: Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. )
Durham & London: Duke University Press, 2013. First edition - "An impressionistic look at the life, death, and legacy of Che Guevera by the feminist poet and activist Margaret Randall. . . She arrived in Cuba in 1969, less than two years after Che's death, and lived there until 1980. She became friends with several of Che's family members, friends, and compatriots. In this book she reflects on his relationships with his family and fellow insurgents, including Fidel Castro. She is deeply admiring of Che's integrity and charisma and frank about what she sees as his strategic errors." Photographs, notes, bibliography. 148 pp.
Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.Book ID: 58196More details Price: $18.00
WHY WATTS EXPLODED: How the Ghetto Fought Back.
Edition: 2nd printing, a slim pamphlet.
Los Angeles: Socialist Workers Party, 1966. Introduction by Tabata - "An African Revolutionist comments on Watts" - inside the front cover. The causes of the "Watts Riots" in 1965, which left 34 dead, were obvious (and still exist today) - abuses by the police and high unemployment. Illustrated with photographs. 24 pp including covers.
Condition: Fine in illustrated red wrappers.Book ID: 81481More details Price: $21.50