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The Book of Negroes ---signed By Lawrence Hill ( AKA: Someone Knows My Name )

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $19.73

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: HarperCollins / Harper Collins, 2007, 1st Softcover Edition, Later Printing: 2007

Edition: Later printing(s)

Inscription: Signed (see description)

Seller ID: 158832

ISBN: 1554681561

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


-----------trade paperback, a Very Good+ copy with a wee bit of very light rubbing, signed without inscription by Lawrence Hill, in the US, Australia and New Zealand this was released with a different title, news reports indicate that Hill's book was to be burned by a Dutch Surinamese group ( Federation for Honour and Reparation of Slavery in Surinam ) who object to the use of the term Negroes, ----"Kidnapped as a child from Africa, Aminata Diallo is enslaved in South Carolina but escapes during the chaos of the Revolutionary War. In Manhattan, she becomes a scribe for the British, reco... View more info

Image for The Book of Negroes ---signed By Lawrence Hill ( AKA:  Someone Knows My Name )

The Book of Negroes ---signed By Lawrence Hill ( AKA: Someone Knows My Name )

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $19.73

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: HarperCollins / Harper Collins, 2007, 1st Softcover Edition, Later Printing: 2007

Edition: Later printing(s)

Inscription: Signed (see description)

Seller ID: 147015

ISBN: 1554681561

Condition: Near Fine (see description)


-----------trade paperback, a Near Fine copy with a wee bit of very light rubbing, signed and inscribed by Lawrence Hill, ---in the US, Australia and New Zealand this was released with a different title, news reports indicate that Hill's book was to be burned by a Dutch Surinamese group ( Federation for Honour and Reparation of Slavery in Surinam ) who object to the use of the term Negroes, ----"Kidnapped as a child from Africa, Aminata Diallo is enslaved in South Carolina but escapes during the chaos of the Revolutionary War. In Manhattan, she becomes a scribe for the British, recordin... View more info

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Some Great Thing -by Lawrence Hill -a Signed Copy

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $19.73

Publisher: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB: Turnstone Press, 2005, 1st Edition, 2nd Printing: 2005

Edition: Later Printing of the first Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 146574

ISBN: 0888011679

Condition: Near Fine (see description)


-----------trade paperback, a Near Fine copy, signed and inscribed by Hill, ---"Mahatma Grafton is a disillusioned university graduate burdened with a famous name, and suffering from the curse of his generation -- a total lack of interest in the state of the world. The son of a retired railway porter from Winnipeg, he returns home for a job as a reporter with The Winnipeg Herald. Soon Mahatma is scoping local stories of murder and mayhem, breaking a promise to himself to avoid writing victim stories. As Mahatma is unexpectedly drawn into the inflammatory issue of French-language rights in... View more info

Image for Black Berry, Sweet Juice -On Being Black and White in Canada  -by Lawrence Hill ---a Signed Copy

Black Berry, Sweet Juice -On Being Black and White in Canada -by Lawrence Hill ---a Signed Copy

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $19.73

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: HarperCollins / Harper Collins / Harper Flamingo / HarperFlamingo, 2001, 1st Edition, 2nd Printing: 2001

Edition: Later Printing of the first Edition

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 144886

ISBN: 0002000202

Condition: Near Fine (see description)


-----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy in a Very Good+ dustjacket with a short tear at upper and lower rear flap fold, signed by Hill without inscription, ---"Lawrence Hill’ s remarkable novel, Any Known Blood, a multi-generational story about a Canadian man of mixed race, was met with critical acclaim and it marked the emergence of a powerful new voice in Canadian writing. Now Hill, himself a child of a black father and white mother, brings us Black Berry, Sweet Juice: On Being Black and White in Canada, a provocative and unprecedented look at a timely and engrossing topic. In Black Be... View more info

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Any Known Blood -by Lawrence Hill ---a Signed Copy

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $13.13

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: HarperCollins / Harper Collins / Harper Perennial / HarperPerennial, 2007, 1st Softcover Edition, Later Printing: 2007

Edition: Later printing(s)

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 144779

ISBN: 0006391761

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


-----------trade paperback, a Very Good+ copy with a wee bit of very light wear, signed without inscription by Hill, ---"Langston Cane V is 38, divorced and working as a government speech writer, until he's fired for sabotaging the minister's speech. It now seems like the perfect time for Langston ­ the eldest son of a white mother and prominent black father ­ to embark on a quest for his family's past ­ and his own sense of self. In a story that slips seamlessly from the slave trade of 19th-century Virginia to the modern, predominantly white suburbs of Oakville, Ontario ­ once a fina... View more info

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The Book of Negroes ---by Lawrence Hill -a Signed Copy ( AKA: Someone Knows My Name )

By: Hill, Lawrence (signed)

Price: $32.93

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, ON: HarperCollins / Harper Collins, 2007, 1st Edition, 2nd Printing: 2007

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed (see description)

Seller ID: 162475

ISBN: 0002255073

Condition: Near Fine (see desciption)


-----------hardcover, about 6.5 x 9.25 inches, a Near Fine copy in a Near Fine dustjacket, likely an unread copy, signed and inscribed "For Shirley all the best, Larry Hill Jan 28/08", ----- in the US, Australia and New Zealand this was released with a different title, news reports indicate that Hill's book was to be burned by a Dutch Surinamese group ( Federation for Honour and Reparation of Slavery in Surinam ) who object to the use of the term Negroes, ----"Kidnapped as a child from Africa, Aminata Diallo is enslaved in South Carolina but escapes during the chaos of the Revo... View more info