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James D. Moore: This book was written from the notes of Mrs. James D. Moore during the ’s. It was dedicated to Mrs. Moore, but the author did not list his/her name when the book was published.
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Charles W. Chesnutt – Author. At a Glance. Selected writings. Sources. A chronicler in fiction of history ’ s darkest days for blacks in the South after the Civil War, Charles W. Chesnutt was considered the dean of African-American fiction by many of the writers who came after tt was the first writer of fiction to explore black life from a variety of.
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