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Título: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF . A Soliloquy on ...
Editorial: International Publishers, .
Condición del libro: Good
Descripción International Publishers , [NY], 1968. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 448. A fine copy in dj. Partington 2365; Aptheker 1972. William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (1868-1963) , was an essayist, novelist, journalist, critic and "perhaps the preeminent African American scholar-intellectual." He was born in Gt. Barrington, MA and educated at Fisk and Harvard Universities. He was the first black to earn a PhD at Harvard. His Souls of Black Folk which attacked Booker T. Washington brought him to prominence. The book became a kind of bible to young Black intellectuals. His disenchantment with scholarship led to his working and editing for the NAACP. In 1915, he published The Negro, "his Pan-Africanist account of the history of blacks in Africa and around the world." In the 1950's, DuBois established links with the U.S. Communist Party and eventually moved to Ghana where he renounced his American citizenship. Nº de ref. de la librería 52716