Black World, Vol. XXII, no. 8, September 1973

By: Johnson, John H. [Editor]

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First Edition. Small, slim octavo (19.5cm.); original white, blue, and black photo-illustrated wrappers; 98pp.; illus. Moderate edge chipping Address Label on lower front. Clean text with age-toning. Good Cover with Very Good internal.


Contains: Gwendolyn Brooks as Novelist; Nigerian Alienation and the novels of Chinua Achebe; Black Theater; Wit and Irony in Black Militant Poetry.


The Negro Digest, later renamed Black World, was a magazine for the African-American market.


Founded in November 1942 by publisher John H. Johnson, founder of Johnson Publishing Company, it was first published locally in Chicago, Illinois


The Negro Digest was similar to the Reader's Digest but aimed to cover positive stories about the African-American community. The Negro Digest ceased publications in 1951 but later returned in 1961. In 1970, The Negro Digest was renamed Black World and was published until April 1976.

Title: Black World, Vol. XXII, no. 8, September 1973

Author Name: Johnson, John H. [Editor]

Categories: AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES,

Publisher: Chicago, Johnson Publishing Company: 1973

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Magazine

Seller ID: 011381

Keywords: African-Americana, Black Arts Movement, Periodicals, Political Science & Theory, Radical, Labor & Reform Movements,