Langston Hughes's Little Ham

Langston Hughes's Little Ham

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Love and loyalty in the heyday of the 1930's Harlem renaissance, a tale set to a bubbling jazz score, won rave reviews Off Broadway. The downtown mob is threatening to take over the uptown numbers game. Only Hamlet Hitchcock Jones, known as Little Ham, stands in their way. A smooth operator with big dreams and fast feet, he rallies his neighbors and wins his lady love.Love and loyalty in the heyday of the 1930a#39;s Harlem renaissance, a tale set to a bubbling jazz score, won rave reviews Off Broadway.


Title:Langston Hughes's Little Ham
Author: Judd Woldin, Daniel W. Owens, Eric Krebs
Publisher:Samuel French, Inc. - 2003-01-01
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