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It is the mid-1800s. At Sweet Home in Kentucky, an era is ending as slavery comes under attack from the abolitionists. For Sethe, Paul D. Halle and the others, the benign imprisonment of Sweet Home is destroyed. By the Nobel Prize-winning author of "Song of Solomon" and "Tar Baby".

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ISBN:
9780099760115
Author:
MORRISON, TONI
Publisher:
Libri
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London
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NEW ED
Series Volume:
1952
Publication Date:
19970821
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TRADE PAPER
Pages:
275 p.
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197 x 130 in.

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