Negro Anthology Made by Nancy Cunard, 1931-1933

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Title

Negro Anthology Made by Nancy Cunard, 1931-1933

Subject

Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989.

Description

This first edition of an anthology of black writers includes 19 essays translated from the French by Samuel Beckett. Beckett was a close friend of the famed British expatriate, Nancy Cunard, who ran the Hours Press in Paris. Cunard was involved with many publishing ventures and social causes. Beckett also contributed to her anthology, Henry-Music [for Henry Crowther] and Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War.

Creator

Beckett, Samuel

Source

PR6003 E284 C8 1934 4o 

Publisher

Nancy Cunard at Wishart & Co.

Date

1934

Contributor

Cunard, Nancy

Relation

PR6003 E282 W5 1930 4o: Whoroscope
PR6003 E281 S4 1930 4o: Henry-music
To Thomas McGreevy, 5 January [1933]: "I am doing stuff for Nancy at present - some interesting (Congo Sculpture) some balls (Madagascar). There's one there waiting about the usual assassin signed by the whole surrealiste guild. And a long one by Péret." -The Letters of Samuel Beckett: 1929-1940, p. 149
Friends on the Radical Fringe exhibit case

Format

32 cm.

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Language

English

Type

Book

Extent

viii, 854, [2] p. illus. (incl. ports., facsims.) maps (1 fold.)

6 scans

Files

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Citation

Beckett, Samuel, “Negro Anthology Made by Nancy Cunard, 1931-1933,” WUSTL Digital Gateway Image Collections & Exhibitions, accessed September 26, 2020, http://omeka.wustl.edu/omeka/items/show/14846.