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Light Ahead for the Negro

An early example of Afrofuturistic writing this 1904 novel is the first imagining of a realistic po.

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St racist society in America The protagonist loses control of an airship in 1906 and awakens in 200. The Breach of Crowns protagonist loses control of an airship in 1906 and awakens in 200.

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6 to find that much to his surprise America has made many strides towards becoming an egalitarianis.

3 thoughts on “Light Ahead for the Negro

  1. says:

    I am teaching a course on Speculative fiction in a BA programme on African studies I chose this novel as it is pretty short easy to read but most importantly one of the first novels in it's genre Such a promising bold work for the time in which it was written Wow I am curious to see what my students will think of it

  2. says:

    ONE day an archaic looking flying machine a curiosity settled from aerial heights onto the lawn of one Dr Newell of Phoen

  3. says:

    Black man from 1906 wakes up 100 years in the future I wouldn't call it a Black Looking Backward because the black man drones on about the past for too long How's that for a stereotype In 2006 the situation of the negro got better and also the government has been replaced by technocratic offices and there are air cars on rails

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