15 timely and entertaining reissues in this “Classic Returns” column deal with political, moral, philosophical, and (Hollywood) royal issues, among other topics.
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By LJ Reviews on January 18, 2016
Written more than 150 years ago, the earliest known prison memoir by an African American author is appearing in print for the first time.