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by Charles Johnson

A collection of short stories.

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The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
“It is one of the achievements of these stories that, while concerned at heart with questions of prejudice and cultural assimilation, they are never parochial and only rarely didactic. Rather, Mr. Johnson has used his generous storytelling gifts and his easy familiarity with a variety of literary genres to conjure up eight moral fables that limn the fabulous even as they remain grounded in the language and social idioms of black American communities.”
Contains: Review
Author: Michiko Kakutani
From: The New York Times February 5, 1986
Author: Michiko Kakutani
From: The New York Times February 5, 1986

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