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"A PIONEER IN 20TH-CENTURY BLACK LITERATURE"

MCKAY, Claude. Long Way from Home. New York, 1937.

First edition of McKay's revealing autobiography, spanning publication of his 1919 sonnet credited with sparking the Harlem Renaissance, through to his life and travels on several continents, in the very elusive original dust jacket. $2200.

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"ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND MILITANT VOICES FOR RACIAL EQUALITY IN THE EARLY YEARS OF THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE"

McKAY, Claude. Banjo. New York and London, 1929.

First edition of McKay's landmark second novel, his controversial Harlem Renaissance work that marks "an important milestone" in African American literature, a handsome copy in bright original dust jacket designed by African American artist Aaron Douglas. $1600.

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"THE EMERGENCE OF BLACK LITERARY MODERNISM": CLAUDE MCKAY'S SPRING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1920

MCKAY, Claude. Spring in New Hampshire. London, 1920.

First edition of McKay's seminal volume of 31 poems including iconic works such as Harlem Dancer and The Lynching, published in London shortly before his return to America as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance, with frontispiece portrait, uncut and unopened in fragile original wrappers. $1500.

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"ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND MILITANT VOICES FOR RACIAL EQUALITY IN THE EARLY YEARS OF THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE"

McKAY, Claude. Banjo. New York and London, 1929.

First edition of McKay's landmark second novel, his controversial Harlem Renaissance work that marks "an important milestone" in African American literature, in very elusive original unrestored dust jacket designed by African American artist Aaron Douglas. $1150.

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"ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND MILITANT VOICES FOR RACIAL EQUALITY IN THE EARLY YEARS OF THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE"

McKAY, Claude. Banjo. New York and London, 1929.

First edition of McKay's landmark second novel, his controversial Harlem Renaissance novel that marks "an important milestone" in African American literature. $350.

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