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Harlem quartet

This sprawling drama traces the passage of three individuals through the events of the nineteen-fifties, sixties, and seventies from the Apollo in Harlem to the Olympia in Paris. Love and courage bind a former child evangelist, a famous gospel singer, and the latter's manager-brother.

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  • "Ce roman de l'amour fraternel, écrit en 1978, retrace le destin de deux familles de Harlem, et en particulier de quatre adolescents. James Baldwin "romancier intensément émotionnel" s'y montre un des meilleurs auteurs inspiré par l'existentialisme politisé. Très en vogue dans les années 1950-1960."
  • "This sprawling drama traces the passage of three individuals through the events of the nineteen-fifties, sixties, and seventies from the Apollo in Harlem to the Olympia in Paris. Love and courage bind a former child evangelist, a famous gospel singer, and the latter's manager-brother."@en
  • "This sprawling drama traces the passage of three individuals through the events of the nineteen-fifties, sixties, and seventies from the Apollo in Harlem to the Olympia in Paris. Love and courage bind a former child evangelist, a famous gospel singer, and the latter's manager-brother."
  • "At the opening of this work, singer Arthur Montana is dead in London and his brother Hall Montana is filled with grief. In vivid flashbacks, Hall remembers his brother and their often tumultuous relationship within their circle of friends during Harlem's musical heyday. They started out preaching and singing in churches but Arthur soon found fame as a blues and jazz man, and his taboo sexuality further changed the brothers' friendship."@en

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  • "French language materials"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"

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  • "Harlem Quartet : roman"
  • "Harlem Quartet"
  • "Harlem quartet"@en
  • "Harlem quartet"
  • "Just above my head : a novel"
  • "Sobre mi cabeza"
  • "Sobre mi cabeza"@es
  • "Just above my head"@en
  • "Just above my head"
  • "Just above my head : [a novel]"
  • "Just Above My Head"

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