Prejudice: 20 tales of oppression and liberation. Edited and with an introd. by Charles R. Larson.


[New York] New American Library [1971] .

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Subjects Prejudices -- Fiction.
Prejudices in literature.
Race relations in literature.
Description 302 p. 18 cm.
Contents Beggar my neighbor, by D. Jacobson.--The guest, by A. Camus.--Down our way, by J. Wain.--The jewbird, by B. Malamud.--The displaced person, by F. O'Connor.--The boy who painted Christ black, by J. H. Clarke.--The Procurator of Juda, by A. France.--The bench, by R. Rive.--Karma, by Khushwant Singh.--The other Margaret, by L. Trilling.--On being crazy, by W. E. B. Du Bois.--As the night, the day, by A. Nicol.--The knife, by S. Crane.--What happened? By A. C. Clarke.--Becky, by J. Toomer.--Night scene, by Y. Aricha.--Civil strife, by E. A. Carr.--The party, by J. Matthews.--Tamango, by P. Mérimée.--Our story of Ah Q, by Lusin.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00158529
(OCoLC)158529
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