Burnett, Whit. ([c1971) Black hands on a white face;a timepiece of experiences in a Black and white America. An anthologyNew York, Dodd, MeadMLA Citation
Burnett, Whit. Black Hands On A White Face: A Timepiece Of Experiences In A Black And White America. An Anthology. New York: Dodd, Mead [c1971. Print.
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Black hands on a white face; a timepiece of experiences in a Black and white America. An anthology.
|Published:||New York, Dodd, Mead [c1971]|
|Topics:||American prose literature - 20th century. | Race relations - Literary collections. | African Americans - Literary collections.|
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