Amiable With Big Teeth by Claude McKay

This novel is a vibrant and complex portrayal of Harlem's political and social life during the 1930s, focusing on the struggles and aspirations of its African American community. Through the lens of a charismatic professor and his interactions with various activists, the narrative delves into the intricacies of race, politics, and identity. The story captures the tension between different ideologies and the impact of international events, such as the Italian invasion of Ethiopia, on Harlem's residents. The novel, lost for decades and published posthumously, offers a rich and nuanced exploration of black intellectual and cultural life during a pivotal era in American history.

The 9486th greatest book of all time


Published
2017
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
304
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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