Paul Robeson: A Biography (Paperback)
by Martin Duberman (Author)
New Press (May 1995)-Publisher
USED-GOOD SOFTCOVER. THE BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION, BUT THERE IS YELLOW HIGHLIGHTING ON SEVERAL PAGES OF TEXT AND ALSO WRITING IN RED PEN IN SOME OF THE PARAGRAPHS AND ALSO SOME SENTENCES HAVE BEEN UNDERLINED IN RED PEN. THE BOOK WAS OBVIOUSLY USED FOR REFERENCE BY A PREVIOUS OWNER. COVER ISIN NICE CONDITION..MINOR EDGEWEAR..
Passionate, enormously talented, and, at times, seemingly larger than life, Paul Robeson lived one of the great lives of the twentieth century. Martin Duberman's classic biography, reissued by The New Press, offers a monumental and powerfully affecting portrait of one of this century's most notable performers, political radicals, and champions of racial equality.
The first biography of the great black singer and actor who was perhaps the most outspoken advocate of racial equality of his time.