African-American folklorist and writer who celebrated black culture in the voice of the rural South. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature
All of the books published during the Florida author's lifetime are desirable, especially jacketed copies of her first book Jonah's Gourd Vine
(1934 - don't be upset if the jacket has a red Book-of-the-Month Club sticker, the book and jakcet are otherwise identical), and her best-known work Their Eyes Were Watching God
(1937). Her book Mules and Men
(1935) is usually less expensive, but is exceptionally uncommon in a fine jacket.
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