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Ethiopian Stories
George Samuel Schuyler; Robert A. Hill, ed.

Northeastern Library of Black Literature

Northeastern University Press
1994 • 288 pp. 6 x 9"
African-American Fiction / African-American Studies / African Studies

$19.95 Paperback, 978-1-55553-214-7

"Two intriguing 1930s novellas, fine examples of a then-popular genre: literary Pan-Africanism. . . These two stories combine propaganda and entertainment; while they read like straightforward murder mysteries, they demonstrate the commitment of essayist, journalist, and satirist Schuyler (1885-1977) to the outcome of Ethiopia's struggle." —Kirkus Reviews

These two recently recovered novellas by the influential Harlem Renaissance author feature the thrilling and suspenseful adventures of African Americans involved in the Italo-Ethiopian war of the 1930s.

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