Doo Dah! Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture By Ken Emerson
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Doo Dah! Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture By Ken Emerson
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Simon & Schuster, New York, 1997, First Printing with complete number line. The first biography of America's first great song writer to appear in more than sixty years. "An America without Foster", the author writes, " is as unthinkable as an America without Louis Armstrong or George Gershwin, without rock 'n' roll, without racism - or without those instances of amazing grace when , for only for an instant, we transcend that racism". Quarter red over tan boards, spine is leaning, spine ends are slightly compressed, else near fine + in a very good ++ dust jacket, unclipped, light shelf wear, creasing to head of spine and top edge of panels, touch of wear to the fore corners. J1634

Doo Dah! Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture By Ken Emerson
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Doo Dah! Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture By Ken Emerson
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Doo Dah! Stephen Foster And The Rise Of American Popular Culture By Ken Emerson
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