TOMORROW'S PEOPLE: A Storm in Harlan, Kentucky. In facsimile with a foreword by Jesse Stuart. Jesse Stuart., Lee Pennington.
TOMORROW'S PEOPLE: A Storm in Harlan, Kentucky. In facsimile with a foreword by Jesse Stuart.

TOMORROW'S PEOPLE: A Storm in Harlan, Kentucky. In facsimile with a foreword by Jesse Stuart.

Cincinatti: Kentucky Writer's Guild / Harvest PRess, (1968). Second printing. Hardcover. 833 pp., illustrations from photographs and drawings, octavo, original brown cloth, pictorial jacket. Endpapers spotted, else very good in moderately edgeworn jacket. Item #22513

Second printing of an important and controversial (at the time) anthology of Appalachian poetry by students of the Poetry Class, University of Kentucky, Southeast Community College. Front jacket flap has blurbs from local newspapers, including this from the Louisville Courier Journal: "Free-wheeling poems stir terror in Harlan County - Takes swipe at cripples, half breeds, unwed mothers, beggars, drunks and harlotw."

Price: $75.00

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