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. . .dy of whom she spoke re-entered the room with a servant carrying some refreshments.

"Oh dear aunt," she said, while the wine and water and biscuits were placed upon a small table at Mrs. Clifford's elbow, "it makes me so glad to see you, and I have ordered the blue room at the south side to be got ready for you directly, and then there is the corner one for Mary, because it has a window both ways, and when she is in a gay mood she can look out over the meadows and the stream, and when she is in her high pensiveness she can gaze over the deep woods and hills. Then she is next to me too, so that she may have merry nonsense on one side, and grave sense on the other; for I am sure you will stay a long while with us now you are here, and papa will be so glad."

"I fear it cannot be very long, my love," replied Mrs. Clifford. "In the first place I have come it seems uninvited, and in the next place. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Wow. Just wow. I thought I was being totally outrageous when I wrote Koontown, but Schuyler took *all* the gloves off on this one. He even named names. I admire this man's courage, and I love his sense of humor. This is the kind of book that shows you *exactly* what satire is all about.

This is a hilarious 1931 social satire asking the Sci-Fi "What If?" question of what would America be like if there were an inexpensive, quick treatment that could turn Black people White? If you think that would solve all our problems, then you don't think like Mr. Schuyler!

I found this hilarious,

A remarkable book written in 1931. Max Disher is a Harlem dandy, which is rejected by a gorgeous white woman in a nightclub. Then, Dr. Crookmore breaks the race barrier, with his "Black No More" process, where for $50, a black person can undergo "chromatic emancipation." Max Disher is first, becomin

Here is a fantastic brainspinning cringemaking you-can’t-say-THAT! satire from 1931 which would be a perfect addition to any Black Lives Matter reading list in order to show that in the right hands a broad comedy about racism in the USA is not only possible but is a very welcome place to rest and re

This mother-fucker made me laugh out loud. Schuyler was actually a rather conservative African American writing at the same time the Harlem Renaissance was occurring, which as a result, rather shocked me that I would be able to relate so well to his views. The premise is that a black doctor (read: m

In this Harlem renaissance classic, Schuler mixes satire and science fiction for a unique blend of social commentary. Black No More is not often referred to as science fiction, but it is the first science-fiction work by an African-American writer.

By definition, a satire can be to be “over the top”

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