SPEAK NOW, A Modern Novel,

By: Frank Yerby

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William Heinemann Ltd, publisher, London - ISBN:454890316, 1970. hardcover, 5½" x 8", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. This is a stark story of a black jazz musician and his fateful encounter in Paris with a white American girl. Harry and Kathy are forced to come to terms with their past, their oppressive heritage of bitterness and prejudice. But it is not only their own feelings they must face up to; the world outside is harsh and complex - sometimes violent, as they are caught up in the pitched battles between students and police in the streets of Paris. This is a striking new departure for Frank Yerby.

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