Brothers and sisters; modern stories by Black Americans.
By: Adoff, Arnold.Material type: BookPublisher: [New York] Macmillan Description: 237 p. 24 cm.Subject(s): Short stories, American | American fiction -- Afro-American authors | American fiction -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 813/.5/408
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|FIC ADA Shardik /||FIC ADA So long, and thanks for all the fish /||FIC ADI Purple hibiscus :||FIC ADO Brothers and sisters;||FIC AGE A death in the family /||FIC AIK The wolves of Willoughby Chase /||FIC ALB The five people you meet in heaven /|
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