Copper Sun

Cullen, Countee

Editorial: Harper & Brothers, 1927
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Black cloth & marble board binding rubbed at extremities; spine ends & corners abraded; boards a bit scuffed & smudged; owner's name inked on front free endpaper; leaf edges foxed/smudged. No dj. ; Nice b&w page decorations by Charles Cullen.; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" ; 89 pages. N° de ref. de la librería 49174

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Título: Copper Sun
Editorial: Harper & Brothers
Año de publicación: 1927
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Ilustrador: Illustrated by Charles Cullen
Condición del libro: Good+
Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Dust Jacket
Edición: First Edition.

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Cullen, Countee
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Owl Pen Books
(Greenwich, NY, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción 1927. Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. 1927. NY: Harper & Brothers. Sm. 8vo. Hardcover. This is an old ex-lib with no markings on the spine but a card in the rear and a school bookplate inside the front cover. VG with slightly corner wear. (POETRY). Nº de ref. del artículo: F9708

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Cullen, Countee
Publicado por Harper & Brothers, NY
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Robert S. Brooks, Bookseller
(Bristol, WI, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, NY. Hard Cover. Condición: Good Clean Unmarked Book. Yes Illustrated Ilustrador. 6th Printing. Nº de ref. del artículo: 084670

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Cullen, Countee
Publicado por Harper & Brothers, New York & London (1927)
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RC Books
(Venice, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, New York & London, 1927. Cloth and Paper. Condición: Very Good -. No Jacket. Charles Cullen Ilustrador. The renowned Countee Cullen's second book of poetry. Decorations by Charles Cullen. Probably an early reprint in the original year of publication - code H-B on copyright page. Patterned paper covered boards with a black cloth spine. Rubbing to covers. Corners bumped with some loss. Light off-setting to endpapers. A tightly bound, internally clean copy. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Nº de ref. del artículo: 003502

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Countee Cullen
Publicado por HARPER & BROTHERS
ISBN 13: 1110000018512
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Powell's Books
(Portland, OR, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción HARPER & BROTHERS. Hardcover. Condición: Fair. Estado de la sobrecubierta: No Dust Jacket. HARDCOVER Legendary independent bookstore online since 1994. Reliable customer service and no-hassle return policy. Fiction and Poetry>Poetry>General. Book: USED, Fair. Dust Jacket: No Dust Jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 01111000001851202. Nº de ref. del artículo: 01111000001851202

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Cullen, Countee
Publicado por Harper and Brothers, New York, New York, U.S.A. (1928)
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Melancholy Lobster Books
(Augusta, ME, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper and Brothers, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1928. Hardcover. Condición: Near Fine. No Jacket. Cullen, Charles Ilustrador. Copyright 1927, this copy has c-c code for March 1928. Yellow, blue, orange design on boards; paper labels on front cover and on black cloth spine. Two former owner's names. Deckled edge pages. 90 pages. A tight, clean, NEAR FINE copy showing virtually no wear. Nº de ref. del artículo: 002221

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Cullen, Countee.
Publicado por NY: Harper & Bros. (1927)
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Robert Wendler Books
(Old Saybrook, CT, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción NY: Harper & Bros., 1927. Hardcover. Condición: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Cloth-backed patterned paper boards with labels. 8vo. Stated first edition with correct "G-B" on copyright page. A good copy with some light wear to the corners and spine tips and some browning to the spine label. There is a bookplate and an ink owner's name at front else the text is very good with some browning to the front and rear flyleaf. Nº de ref. del artículo: 2080

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Cullen, Countee
Publicado por Harper & Brothers (1927)
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Callaghan Books South
(New Port Richey, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, 1927. Hard. Condición: Fair. First Edition. Smaller book, shiny black cloth spine, colorful boards with squares in shades of red, pink, purple and cream on front and back, bookplate inside front cover, ink owner's name at top of first front end paper, 89 pages of poetry. Small beautiful illustrations by Cullen on many pages, very slightly browned inside covers and adjacent end papers along spines, tiny tear at top front tip, slightly worn along front and back edges of boards. Fair. Nº de ref. del artículo: 50335

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CULLEN, Countee
Publicado por Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York (1927)
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Jeff Hirsch Books, ABAA
(Wadsworth, IL, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, Publishers, New York, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. A collection of poems by African American writer Countee Cullen that also includes decorations by Charles Cullen. A clean and tight very good copy with some wear to the spine ends and corners and some chipping to the paper spine label. Internally a clean copy. No dust jacket. Nº de ref. del artículo: 163224

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Cullen, Countee
Publicado por Harper & Brothers, New York and London (1927)
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Novel Ending Books
(Franklin, TN, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, New York and London, 1927. Hardcover. Condición: Near Fine. No Jacket. Charles Cullen Ilustrador. First Edition (Early Printing). A nice copy of the first edition, early printing (1928)(Originally published in 1927). Marbled boards. Text is tight, solid, and clean. Appears unread or barely so. Paper labels are bright and unflaked. No marks or highlights in text. Thin line of rubbing to rear board, light wear to corners. Previous owner's names and date (November, 1928) to front endpaper. Not ex-lib. Not a Book Club Edition. Photos sent upon request. Accurate Descriptions/Quality Books/Unmatched Prices. Nº de ref. del artículo: 5981

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Cullen, Countee (1903-1946)
Publicado por Harper & Brothers (1927)
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The Book Collector, Inc. ABAA,IOBA,TxBA
(Fort Worth, TX, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Harper & Brothers, 1927. Hardcover. Condición: Good. 1st Edition. xi+89 pages with decorations. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/4") marbled paper covered boards, black cloth backstrap, spine and front cover labels. The book is illustrated throughout by Charles Cullen. irst printing, with "first edition" and "G-B" on copyright page. American poet, a leading figure with Langston Hughes in the Harlem Renaissance. This 1920s artistic movement produced the first large body of work in the United States written by African Americans. However, Cullen considered poetry race-less, although his The Black Christ took a racial theme, lynching of a black youth for a crime he did not commit. Countee Cullen was very secretive about his life. According to different sources, he was born in Louisville, Kentucky or Baltimore, Maryland. Cullen was possibly abandoned by his mother, and reared by a woman named Mrs. Porter, who was probably his paternal grandmother. Cullen once said that he was born in New York City - perhaps he did not mean it literally. Porter brought young Countee to Harlem when he was nine. She died in 1918. At the age of 15, Cullen was adopted unofficially by the Reverend F.A. Cullen, minister of Salem M.E. Church, one of the largest congregations of Harlem. Later Reverend Cullen became the head of the Harlem chapter of NAACP. His real mother did not contact him until he became famous in the 1920s. As a schoolboy, Cullen won a citywide poetry contest and saw his winning stanzas widely reprinted. With the help of Reverend Cullen, he attended the prestigious De Witt Clinton High School in Manhattan. After graduating, he entered New York University, where his works attracted critical attention. Cullen's first collection of poems, Color (1925), was published in the same year he graduated from NYU. Written in a careful, traditional style, the work celebrated black beauty and deplored the effects of racism. The book included 'Heritage' and 'Incident', probably his most famous poems. Cullen's Color was a landmark of the Harlem Renaissance. The movement was centered in the cosmopolitan community of Harlem, in New York City. During the 1920s, a fresh generation of writers emerged, although few were Harlem-born. Among the leading figures were Alain Locke The New Negro (1925), James Weldon Johnson Black Manhattan (1930), Claude McKay Home to Harlem (1928), Langston Hughes The Weary Blues (1926), Zora Neale Hurston Jonah's Gourd Vine (1934), Wallace Thurman Harlem: A Melodrama of Negro Life (1929), Jean Toomer Cane (1923), Arna Bontemps Black Thunder (1935), and of course Countee Cullen, a leading voice of the period. - The movement was accelerated by grants and scholarships and supported by such white writers as Carl Van Vechten. A brilliant student, Cullen graduated from New York University Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Harvard, earning his masters degree in 1926. He worked as assistant editor for Opportunity magazine, where his column, 'The Dark Tower,' increased his literary reputation. Cullen's poetry collections The Ballad of the Brown Girl (1927) and Copper Sun (1927) explored similar themes as Color, but they were not so well received. Cullen's Guggenheim Fellowship of 1928 enabled him to study and write abroad. He married in April 1928 Nina Yolande Du Bois, daughter of W.E.B. DuBois, the leading black intellectual. At that time Yolande was involved romantically with a popular band leader. Between the years 1928 and 1934, Cullen traveled back and forth between France and the United States. By 1929 Cullen had published four volumes of poetry. The title poem of The Black Christ and other Poems (1929) was criticized for the use of Christian religious imagery - Cullen compared the lynching of a black man to Christ's crucifixion. Cullen married Yolanda DuBois in 1928. The marriage was the social event of the decade, but the marriage did not fair well, and he divorced in 1930. It is widely said that Cullen was a homosexual, and his relationship with Harold Jackman's was a significant factor in the divorce. Jack. Nº de ref. del artículo: BOOKS000101

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