Black Man and White Ladyship  

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Black Man and White Ladyship (1931) was a polemic pamphlet by Nancy Cunard about her mother's horrified reaction to her black lover.

Cunard's relationship with African-American musician, Henry Crowder, caused a major scandal and led to a break with her family. The couple moved to Austria where Cunard where the pamphlet was written.



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