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Cane

by Toomer, Jean; Waldo Frank [Foreword]

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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1923. First Edition. Very Good. First edition, first printing. xi, [v], 239 pp. Publisher's buff cloth stamped in yellow and black. Very Good with light soiling, rubbing, and staining to cloth, wear at tips, slight lean, contents a bit toned with age, a few easily erasable pencil notations to rear paste down. Lacking jacket. Quite rare and much sought-after in decent condition. The first appearance of a classic of modern American fiction and pinnacle of the Harlem Renaissance. In his foreword Waldo Frank dubs it "a harbinger of the South's literary maturity: of its emergence from the obsession put upon its mind by the unending racial crisis-an obsession from which writers have made their indirect escape through sentimentalism, exoticism, polemic, 'problem' fiction, and moral melodrama. It marks the dawn of direct and unafraid creation.
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Cane

Cane

by Toomer, Jean; Frank, Waldo [Foreword]

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New York: Boni & Liveright, Inc, 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No Dust Jacket. New York Boni & Liveright, 1923. 1st printing of 1st edition (no additional printings listed). Pictorial cloth exterior has light rubbing; dust soil; wear to corners with boards showing through. Pages from the dedication page to the table of contents have a 1-1/2 inch closed tear. Light thumbsoil to many pages. Binding is tight, sturdy, and square (may have been re-cased as it is in such good shape). From a private collection. Pictures available upon request. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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contributes his poem 'Storm Ending' and a short vignette 'Nora' (subsequently...
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contributes his poem 'Storm Ending' and a short vignette 'Nora' (subsequently re-titled 'Calling Jesus'), both of which were subsequently incorporated into his classic Harlem Renaissance novel 'Cane', to an issue of the periodical 'The Double Dealer'. Vol

by JEAN TOOMER

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London, United Kingdom
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The Double Dealer. Vol. IV, No. 21, September, 1922. First edition. 4to. Paginated 110-162pp. Card wrappers, marred only by one or two of tiny miscellaneous blemishes and some light creasing to the top right-hand corner, impacting all leaves. A short staple-tear to the first leaf. Loose promotional inserts laid-in. A very good copy of a most uncommon periodical, this issue marks not only Toomer's first appearance in print, but also Thornton Wilder's (writing hear as 'Thornton N.Wilder', and contributing his short two-part vignette 'Sentences'), plus additional contributions from Arthur Symons (his essay 'A Paradox of Posters'), Edmund Wilson (his poem 'Stucco and Stone'), Edward Sapir (his poem 'Optimist'), and others. 'The Double Dealer' was born in response to a 1917 essay by H.L.Mencken in which the author criticized the South for its lack of fine culture. Founded by Julius Weiss Friend, Basil Thompson, Albert Goldstein and John McClure, the… Read More
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Cane

by Toomer, Jean

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First Printing
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OCEANSIDE, California
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Liveright. Collectible - Good. 1975. First Printing. Soft Cover. (W424) .
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Cane
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Cane

by Toomer, Jean

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Used - Near Fine
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First Thus
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Paperback
ISBN 13
9780393931686
ISBN 10
0393931684
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W.W. Norton, 2011. First Thus . Soft cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Edited by Rudolph P. Byrd and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Includes an authoritative text, contexts, and literary criticism, 472 pages. Thicker softcover, glossy gray wrappers, color portrait of Toomer at center front with yellow and white frames, yellow at center back with praise from Maya Angelou and others. Creased at bottom tips of pages 239-246. Light wear at top front tip. Near Very Fine.
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Cane [Mass Market Paperback] Toomer, Jean

by Toomer, Jean

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San Diego, California
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Harper & Row, 1969-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Harper & Row; First Edition Thus (January 1, 1969)
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HARLEM RENAISSANCE FIVE NOVELS OF THE 1920s CANE, HOME TO HARLEM, QUICKSAND, PLUM BUN, THE...
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HARLEM RENAISSANCE FIVE NOVELS OF THE 1920s CANE, HOME TO HARLEM, QUICKSAND, PLUM BUN, THE BLACKER THE BERRY

by Zafar, Rafia & Toomer, Jean & McKay, Claude & Larsen, Nella & Fauset, Jessie & Thurman, Wallace

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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9781598530995
ISBN 10
1598530992
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The Library of America, 2011. The Library of America, 2010, First Edition, 8vo, 867 pages. Book bound in a blue cloth, no dust jacket as issued, publisher slip case and summary sheet. Book fine, slipcase near fine.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
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Cane

by Toomer, Jean, And Turner, Darwin T. (Introduction By).

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Used - G+; No dust jacket as issued. Page edge foxing.
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First edition. Full number line.
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Paperback
ISBN 13
9780871401045
ISBN 10
0871401045
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Newport, New Hampshire
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New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 1975. First edition. Full number line.. Trade paperback. G+; No dust jacket as issued. Page edge foxing.. Gaydos, Tim (Cover design by).. 1 116 p. Audience: General/trade. Re-issue of innovative 1923 fiction, African American life in Georgia and other parts of the South.
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