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God's Trombones: Some Negro Sermons in Verse

God's Trombones: Some Negro Sermons in Verse

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God's Trombones: Some Negro Sermons in Verse

by (INSCRIBED) Johnson, James Weldon

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Cloth-backed red boards. Very Good, in slightly chipped dust jacket. Inscription "To my Goddess" on ffep
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London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1955. Fifteenth printing. Drawings by Aaron Douglas, lettering by C.B. Falls. 59 pp. 1 vols. Slim 8vo. Cloth-backed red boards. Very Good, in slightly chipped dust jacket. Inscription "To my Goddess" on ffep. Fifteenth printing. Drawings by Aaron Douglas, lettering by C.B. Falls. 59 pp. 1 vols. Slim 8vo. Includes "The Prodigal Son", beginning "Young man...Your arm's too short to box with God.

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Title
God's Trombones: Some Negro Sermons in Verse
Author
(INSCRIBED) Johnson, James Weldon
Format/Binding
Drawings by Aaron Douglas, lettering by C.B. Falls. 59 pp. 1 vols. Slim 8vo
Book Condition
Used - Cloth-backed red boards. Very Good, in slightly chipped dust jacket. Inscription "To my Goddess" on ffep
Quantity Available
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Edition
Fifteenth printing
Publisher
George Allen & Unwin Ltd
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1955
Keywords
African American History | Black
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