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The Invisible Man/Juneteenth Hardcover (Bonded Leather) - July 30, 2018 by Ralph Ellison (Author).
Together for the first time in a single volume: two classics of the modern African-American experience from Ralph Ellison.
In Invisible Man the nameless narrator describes growing up in a black community in the South, attending a Negro college from which he is expelled, moving to New York and becoming the chief spokesman of the Harlem branch of “the Brotherhood,” and retreating amid violence and confusion to the basement lair of the Invisible Man he imagines himself to be. The book is a passionate and witty tour de force of style that won the National Book Award in 1953.
Juneteenth is the tale of Adam Sunraider who, as a young orphan named Bliss, was taken in by an itinerant preacher, Daddy Hickman, and raised to be a preacher like himself. Bliss’s history encompasses the joys of young southern boyhood; bucolic days as a filmmaker, lovemaking in a field in the Oklahoma sun. And behind it all lies a mystery: how did this chosen child become the man who would deny everything to achieve his goals?
Invisible Man/Juneteenth is one of Barnes & Noble’s Collectible Editions classics. Each volume features authoritative texts by the world's greatest authors in an exquisitely designed bonded-leather binding, with distinctive gilt edging and a ribbon bookmark. Decorative, durable, and collectible, these books offer hours of pleasure to readers young and old and are an indispensable cornerstone for every home library.
|Publisher:||Penguin Random House|
|Series:||Barnes & Noble Collectible Editions Series|
|Edition description:||Bonded Leather|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.75(d)|
Ralph Ellison (1913-1994) was an American author and scholar most well known for his award winning novel Invisible Man. Born in Oklahoma, Ellison was educated at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama before moving to Harlem, New York in 1936.It was in Harlem that he published his first short story and became involved with the Communist Party. By the mid-1940s he had become critical of the party and his disillusionment in part inspired him to write Invisible Man which was published in 1952 and won the 1953 National Book Award for Fiction. Ellison continued to write, mostly essays and reviews, and teach at various universities. His second novel Juneteenth was published posthumously in 1999.
Date of Birth: March 1, 1914
Date of Death: March 16, 1994
Place of Birth: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Place of Death: New York City
Education: Tuskegee Institute, 1933-36