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Dusk of Dawn! : An Essay Toward an Autobiography of Race Concept - W. E. B. DuBois

Dusk of Dawn!

An Essay Toward an Autobiography of Race Concept

Paperback Published: 15th September 2006
ISBN: 9780878559176
Number Of Pages: 365

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In her perceptive introduction to this edition, Irene Diggs sets this classic autobiography against its broad historical context and critically analyzes its theoretical and methodological significance.

-DuBois has done well for his own future standing in the light of history and for the correct interpretation of his people and their problem by writing this noteworthy book.-

--Saturday Review

-DuBois describes in a mood of mounting intensity, sternly held in check, his own changing attitudes towards the restricting bars set up against the world of color. The story of DuBois' life, devoted to a program of action against these restrictions, presents an unforgettable picture of the changing life of our time.-

--Library Journal "DuBois has done well for his own future standing in the light of history and for the correct interpretation of his people and their problem by writing this noteworthy book."

--Saturday Review

"DuBois describes in a mood of mounting intensity, sternly held in check, his own changing attitudes towards the restricting bars set up against the world of color. The story of DuBois' life, devoted to a program of action against these restrictions, presents an unforgettable picture of the changing life of our time."

--Library Journal "DuBois has done well for his own future standing in the light of history and for the correct interpretation of his people and their problem by writing this noteworthy book."

--Saturday Review

"DuBois describes in a mood of mounting intensity, sternly held in check, his own changing attitudes towards the restricting bars set up against the world of color. The story of DuBois' life, devoted to a program of action against these restrictions, presents an unforgettable picture of the changing life of our time."

--Library Journal "DuBois has done well for his own future standing in the light of history and for the correct interpretation of his people and their problem by writing this noteworthy "book.""

"--Saturday Review"

"DuBois describes in a mood of mounting intensity, sternly held in check, his own changing attitudes towards the restricting bars set up against the world of color. The story of DuBois' life, devoted to a program of action against these restrictions, presents an unforgettable picture of the changing life of our "time.""

"--""Library Journal"

ISBN: 9780878559176
ISBN-10: 0878559175
Series: Black Classics of Social Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 365
Published: 15th September 2006
Publisher: TRANSACTION PUBL
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.68 x 15.24  x 2.08
Weight (kg): 0.51
Edition Type: New edition