TITLE

MARGARET WALKER (1915--)

AUTHOR(S)
Houston, Helen Ruth
PUB. DATE
January 1977
SOURCE
Afro American Novel 1965 - 1975: A Descriptive Bibliography of P;1977, p164
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Bibliography
ABSTRACT
A descriptive bibliography of primary and secondary material of 1965 to 1975 African American novel by and about Margaret Walker is presented including "Jubilee," by Margaret Walker, "Contemporary Novelists," edited by James Vinson and "A Shoulder Hunched Against a Sharp Concern," by Paula Giddings.
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43319094

 

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