Mineola, NY: Dover, 2008. Later printing. Paperback. 146pp. Octavo [21.5cm]. Paperback. NEW. NEW. Item #16705
From the back cover: "A source of controversy upon its 1929 publication, The Blacker the Berry was the first novel to openly address color prejudice among black Americans. Author Wallace THurman, an active member of the Harlem Renaissance, vividly recaptures the era's mood and spirit. His portrait of a young woman adrift in the city forms an enduringly relevant reflection of the search for racial, sexual, and cultural identity. "