Juneteenth (1999) is the second novel by American Ralph Ellison. It was published posthumously, compiled as a 368-page condensation of material from more than 2,000 pages written by him over a period of 40 years. He had never completed a manuscript from this material. Ellison's longtime friend and literary executor, biographer and critic John F. Callahan, created the novel. He edited it in the way he believed that Ellison would have wanted it to be written. A fuller version of the manuscript was published as Three Days Before the Shooting... on February 2, 2010.
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