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  • This is a major discovery. It dramatically expands the canon of novels written by Harlem
    Renaissance writers.

    Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
  • Amiable With Big Teeth is nothing short of a master key into a world where the intersection of race and global revolutionary politics plays out in the lives of characters who are as dynamic and fully realized as the novel itself (...) For today's audience, McKay's last novel should make for fascinating and timely reading as Americans enter an era in which solidarity-building across racial identities and national borders feels more necessary, and perhaps more difficult to achieve, than ever.

    The Atlantic

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