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Includes bibliographical references.
"Buried in the archive for almost ninety years, Claude McKay's Romance in Marseille traces the adventures of a rowdy troupe of dockworkers, prostitutes, and political organizers--collectively straight and queer, disabled and able-bodied, African, European, Caribbean, and American. Set largely in the culture-blending Vieux Port of Marseille at the height of the Jazz Age, the novel takes flight along with Lafala, an acutely disabled but abruptly wealthy West African sailor"-- Provided by publisher.
Holcomb, Gary Edward, writer of introduction.
Maxwell, William J. (College teacher), writer of introduction.
McKay, Claude, Romance in marseille New York : Penguin Books, 2020. 9780525505983 (DLC) 2019025263
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