A classic anthology of short stories by Black writers including James Baldwin, Zora Neale Hurston, and Richard Wright — edited and with an introduction by Langston Hughes. 

Originally published in 1967, The Best Short Stories by Black Writers offers a timeless and unforgettable portrait of the tragedy, comedy, triumph, and suffering that were part of African American life from 1899 to 1967. 

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