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Rope of Wind and Other Stories

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A wonderful short story collection by this African-American writer who died before reaching his potential.
Hardcover, 180 pages
Published May 1st 1979 by Random House (NY) (first published 1979)
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In April of 1968, at the age of thirty-three, Henry Dumas was shot and killed by a New York Transit Authority Policeman at 125th Street Station in a case of "mistaken identity." At the time of his death, he had already finished several manuscripts of poetry and short stories.

Dumas' poetry, short fiction, and novels have been published posthumously in large part due to the efforts of Eugene Redmon
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