1935. A memoir about Haiti, its history, legends, superstitions, native rites and customs. The illustrations are the famous series of Haitian woodcuts created by the author, which some find racist, yet sexy. Contents: Congo Bean Stew; In Caribbean Waters; Massacre River; Jungle Magic; Tropical Fever; Mon Repos; Polychromata; La Ferriere; King Christophe of Haiti; Black Magic; and Voodoo Fire. Certain scenes in this book were adapted from John W. Vandercook's Black Majesty, which is also available from Kessinger Publishing.