Very Good / Very Good. Item #6375
New York: Times Books / Random House, 1994. First Edition, Second Printing. Signed on front free endpaper by Souljah with inscription, "My Brother / Kenneth S. Tollet - / As African people we are / confused however we must / take one day at a time to / straighten out our circumstance. / Stay strong as you / have in the past. / Sister Souljah." Appears to be inscribed to Kenneth Tollett, professor at Howard University and expert on affirmative action and desegregation who passed away in 2003, though we have been unable to verify this.
Octavo. 360 pages. Photo-portrait dust jacket over charcoal paper and black cloth boards with silver lettering to spine. Unclipped jacket is rubbed and toned along edges, but with no chips or tears. Boards lightly worn and dust-soiled at edges Binding and interior are sound. A very good signed copy of the author's first book.