Objects & Places from The Big Sea: An Autobiography

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S. S. Malone

This is the ship the author worked on that took him to Africa.


This is the city in which the author worked as a waiter in a jazz club and heard music every night.

Jocko the Monkey

This is the pet the author brought home from Africa for his half-brother.


This is the first foreign country the author visited and thought of it as his homeland.


This is the country the author planned to visit for a few weeks, but being robbed is forced to stay until he can find a way out of the country.


This is the country in which the author's father lived and where the author spent a year teaching English lessons.


This is a famous part of New York known for its music and was home to blacks in the 1920's.

The Black Renaissance


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