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Title: Without Magnolias
Author: Bucklin Moon
Publisher: Pocket (697)
Publication Year: 1950
Special Attributes: 2nd printing
Used Condition: clean text, no marks, not ex-library, binding loose, pages lighlty age darkened, severe spine slant, edge wear
"I leave 'em alone. They doan mess with me."
That was how Luther got along with white folks. But his sisters refused to accept his "Uncle Tom" attitude.
Bessie "escaped" by marrying a young college professor of her own race. But the old taboos returned to taunt her when her husband was forced to resign. The white college board didn't like his outspoken articles on racial discrimination.
Alberta fled to New York's Harlem. There she tried to build a life for herself. But she soon learned that even in the "liberal North" a Negro can go just so far.
These are the people of Without Magnolias. This is their story. Where do they go from here?