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London: Hutchinson, 1984. First British edition. Hardcover. First printing. A comic novel from the author of "Lucky Jim and the Booker Prize winning "The Old Devils." A near fine copy with a slight tap to the top corner of the rear board in a close to near fine dust jacket with some slight rumpling to the top corner of the rear panel and to the front panel. Item #125365
London: Lefevre Fine Art, 2010. Softbound. Blue illustrated wraps with white lettering. Unpaginated. Color illustrations. VG. Item #125365 Catalogue of an exhibition from October 7th to 29th, 2008.
Reviewed by: Coretta Scott Elizabeth Bush Shange, Ntozake Coretta Scott; illus. by Kadir Nelson. Amistad/HarperCollins, 2009 [32p] Library ed. ISBN 978-0-06-125365-2$18.89 Trade ed. ISBN 978-0-06-125364-5$17.99 Reviewed from galleys Ad Gr. 3-5 Less a biography than a poetic tribute, Shange's free-verse narrative conveys the determination and spiritual fervor of civil rights leader Coretta Scott King. As the title implies, this work attempts to bring Scott King out from her husband's shadow, and it's more successful in that attempt visually than verbally. Nelson's monumental artwork, in a slightly oversized format that allows him to render several faces at life-sized scale, consistently places Dr. King's profile behind his wife's whenever they are shown together in close-up. There is, however, precious little specific information about Scott King within the text, much of which concentrates more on boycotts and marches than on her involvement in them. Even the extended allusion to her singing is likely to bypass readers who skip over the endnote that contextualizes the poetry. This title will be best appreciated by children with sufficient background on 1950s and 1960s activism to understand the poignancy in such lines as "things nature never intended/ a child to see/ haunted them." For those who do master the references, this could be an effective declamation piece for Black History Month. 041b061a72